Wiley India Pvt Ltd
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The book is aimed at novice programmers with no prior C# programming experience and begins with creating your first C# program then moves into C# and OO programming fundamentals, Windows programming and coverage of generics. The book is divided into sections including:
· Creating your first C# program - gets the reader creating and Windows and Console application immediately.
· Basic C# programming - variables, operators
· Object - based programming - classes and arrays, class methods for C#
· Object-oriented programming - OO primer, inheritance, handling C# files, exceptions
· Windows Programming - Creating Windows applications with C# and Visual Studio
· Part of 10?s - Debugging, errors, and C#, C++ and Java comparisons
Table of contents :
Part I Getting Started with C#
· Creating Your First C# Console Application
Part II Basic C# Programming
· Living with Variability - Declaring Value-Type Variables
· Smooth Operators
· Getting into the Program Flow
· Lining Up Your Ducks with Collections
· Pulling Strings
Part III Using Objects
· Showing Some Class
· We Have Our Methods
· Let Me Say This about this
· Object-Oriented Programming - What?s It All About?
Part IV Object-Oriented Programming
· Holding a Class Responsible
· Inheritance - Is That All I Get?
· Interfacing with the Interface
Part V Now Showing In C# 30
· Delegating Those Important Events
· Mary Had a Little Lambda Expression
· LINQing Up with Query Expressions
Part VI The Part of Tens
· Ten Common Build Errors (And How to Fix Them)
Market Description :
· Primary Audience: Students, novice programmers/Microsoft developers new to Visual Studio and C# and want to learn the language
· Secondary Audience: Java and C++ programmers that have no prior C# programming experience and need to learn C#.
About Author :
Stephen Randy Davis is the best-selling author of numerous books and articles including "C++ for Dummies "C++ Weekend Crash Course "C# for Dummies" and "C# Weekend Crash Course". Randy has been programming for over 30 years. He currently works for L-3 Communications in the area of Homeland Defense.
Charles Sphar Chuck has been programming in some capacity for over 17 years, and most recently was a full-time senior technical writer for the Visual C++ product group at Microsoft, focused on the Microsoft Foundation Classes (MFC) for more than 6 years. Chuck is the author of three previous books, C# 2005 For Dummies, Object-Oriented Programming Power for THINK Pascal Programmers and Learn Microsoft Visual C++ 6.0 Now (Microsoft Press). Chuck has programmed in some ten languages but currently enjoys programming in C# and Visual Basic. He also taught college writing and technical writing for twelve years. Chuck promotes the book on www.csharp102.info