C# Essentials

C# Essentials

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For students in any course introducing C# or Microsoft .NET.Drawing on their college course in C#-one of the first in the country-proven Windows programming instructors Chris Pappas and William Murray introduce every technique students need to get results with C#, fast. Pappas and Murray begin by examining the key features of the C# language; and comparing C# to C and C++. Next, they outline practical programming strategies for making the most of C#; then introduce each key C# concept through complete, step-by-step code examples.
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  • Paperback | 416 pages
  • 179.3 x 235.5 x 26.7mm | 784.73g
  • Prentice Hall
  • Upper Saddle River, United States
  • English
  • w. figs.
  • 013093285X
  • 9780130932853

Table of contents

1. The Journey to C#. 2. Unique C#. 3. Visual Studio.NET and C#. 4. Important Data, Identifiers and Keywords. 5. Program Control. 6. Arrays. 7. Saying Goodbye to Pointers. 8. Last Stop Before Objects. 9. Objects. 10. I/O in C#. 11. Advanced C# Programming Considerations. 12. C# and Windows-Project Design Fundamentals.
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About Chris H. Pappas

CHRIS H. PAPPAS is the chair of the Computer Studies Department and WILLIAM H. MURRAY is the chair of the Electrical Engineering Technology Department at the B.C.C. campus of SUNY Binghamton. They have co-authored over 50 books on programming, covering topics ranging from assembly language to Visual Basic, C, and C++ to HTML and JavaScript. Their books have been translated into more than 25 languages.
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