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A Programmer’s Introduction to C# 2.0 [electronic resource] / edited by Eric Gunnerson, Nick Wienholt.

Contributor(s): Gunnerson, Eric [editor.] | Wienholt, Nick [editor.] | SpringerLink (Online service).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Berkeley, CA : Apress, 2005Edition: Third Edition.Description: XXXVIII, 568 p. online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781430200352.Subject(s): Computer science | Software engineering | Computer Science | Software Engineering/Programming and Operating SystemsAdditional physical formats: Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 005.1 Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Object-Oriented Basics -- The .NET Runtime Environment -- C# Quick Start and C# Development -- Exception Handling -- Classes 101 -- Base Classes and Inheritance -- Member Accessibility and Overloading -- Other Class Details -- Structs (Value Types) -- Interfaces -- Versioning and Aliases -- Statements and Flow of Execution -- Variable Scoping and Definite Assignment -- Operators and Expressions -- Conversions -- Arrays -- Generics -- Strings -- Properties -- Indexers, Enumerators, and Iterators -- Enumerations -- Attributes -- Delegates and Anonymous Methods -- Events -- User-Defined Conversions -- Operator Overloading -- Nullable Types -- Other Language Details -- Making Friends with the .NET Framework -- System.Array and the Collection Classes -- Threading and Asynchronous Operations -- Execution-Time Code Generation -- Interop -- .NET Framework Overview -- Windows Forms -- DiskDiff: More Sophistication -- Practical DiskDiff -- Deeper into C# -- Defensive Programming -- Tips for Real-World Code -- The Command-Line Compiler -- C# Compared to Other Languages -- C# Resources and the Future.
In: Springer eBooksSummary: A Programmer's Introduction to C# 2.0, Third Edition is a critical update to the highly successful second edition. It is written by a member of the original C# language-design team and a C# program manager, so you can be certain this book contains the expertise you're looking for. This third edition covers the elements of C# 2005 that you'll soon embrace. This comprehensive tutorial explains features like generics, iterators, anonymous types, and partial classes. It is sure to be a key resource for all you C# programmers!
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Object-Oriented Basics -- The .NET Runtime Environment -- C# Quick Start and C# Development -- Exception Handling -- Classes 101 -- Base Classes and Inheritance -- Member Accessibility and Overloading -- Other Class Details -- Structs (Value Types) -- Interfaces -- Versioning and Aliases -- Statements and Flow of Execution -- Variable Scoping and Definite Assignment -- Operators and Expressions -- Conversions -- Arrays -- Generics -- Strings -- Properties -- Indexers, Enumerators, and Iterators -- Enumerations -- Attributes -- Delegates and Anonymous Methods -- Events -- User-Defined Conversions -- Operator Overloading -- Nullable Types -- Other Language Details -- Making Friends with the .NET Framework -- System.Array and the Collection Classes -- Threading and Asynchronous Operations -- Execution-Time Code Generation -- Interop -- .NET Framework Overview -- Windows Forms -- DiskDiff: More Sophistication -- Practical DiskDiff -- Deeper into C# -- Defensive Programming -- Tips for Real-World Code -- The Command-Line Compiler -- C# Compared to Other Languages -- C# Resources and the Future.

A Programmer's Introduction to C# 2.0, Third Edition is a critical update to the highly successful second edition. It is written by a member of the original C# language-design team and a C# program manager, so you can be certain this book contains the expertise you're looking for. This third edition covers the elements of C# 2005 that you'll soon embrace. This comprehensive tutorial explains features like generics, iterators, anonymous types, and partial classes. It is sure to be a key resource for all you C# programmers!

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