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    33= The Core System = 
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    5 This chapter marks the beginning of the "Advanced" section of the Tango Manual.  Rather than viewing these chapters as "advanced" in terms of mental comprehension, it may be easier to understand them as providing fine grained functionality for the expert programmer: those features that may be used less frequently in applications yet, when used, become critical components of the software project in terms of data manipulation, process control, or general optimization. 
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    7 The Core Chapter starts things off by introducing the developer to a range of convenience tools, including features that will be the the under-pinning of some high-performance D applications. Here is a sample of what we look forward to in this chapter: 
     5This chapter marks the beginning of the "Advanced" section of the Tango Manual.  Rather than viewing these chapters as "advanced" in terms of mental comprehension, it may be easier to understand them as providing fine grained functionality for the expert programmer: these are features that may be seen less frequently in applications yet, when used, become critical components of the software project in terms of data manipulation, process control, or general optimization. 
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     7The Core Chapter starts things off by introducing the developer to a range of convenience tools, including features that may represent the under-pinnings of some high-performance D applications. Here is a sample of what we look forward to in this chapter: 
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    99 * Low-level mechanisms for fine control of D programs: GC/memory, runtime, exceptions, arrays, and signals/slots.