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    C# 5.0 Pocket Reference: Instant Help for C# 5.0 Programmers (Paperback) By (author) Joseph Albahari, By (author) Ben Albahari


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    DescriptionWhen you need answers for using C#5.0, this tightly focused and practical book tells you exactly what you need to know - without long introductions or bloated samples. Succinct and easy to browse, C# 5.0 Pocket Reference is ideal as quick reference - or as a guide to get you rapidly up to speed if you already know Java, C++, or an earlier version of C#. Written by the authors of the acclaimed C# 4.0 in a Nutshell, this book doesn't skimp on detail, but covers the entire C# 5.0 language, including: Features new to C# 5.0, such asynchrony with new enhancements to Caller Info Attributes, ReadOnlyDictionary, Web Sockets, and the new HttpClient class All of C#'s fundamentals Advanced topics-operator overloading, custom conversions, type constraints, covariance & contravariance, iterators, nullable types, operator lifting, lambda expressions & closures LINQ, starting with sequences, lazy execution and standard query operators, and finishing with a complete reference to query expressions Unsafe code & pointers, custom attributes, preprocessor directives, and XML documentation

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  • not worth the money1

    mh el ouggouti A reference book is supposed to be just that: you need to look up something, you look at the contents or the index, then you read what is written about the subject. That is not how it works her. This is just a summary of their other book. You cannot just read over what you are looking for, you are referred to previous chapters, to other terms. For instance, i wanted a refresh on "sealed", instead of a definition and an example, i am supposed to look up "abstract" first, which is explained in it own section, instead of being part of the explanation.
    Might as well buy the complete book, but then there are better ones. This is just easy money for the authors and publishers. by mh el ouggouti

  • Quick and clear5

    Herks Aw I've read about the half of this book, it's good for experienced programmers, and not for total beginners. It's explained rather well and straight-forward examples. Best for reference use! by Herks Aw

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