Introduction to C♯ using .NETMaterial type: TextPublication details: New Delhi : Pearson Education., 2002Description: xxiii, 452 p. : illustrationsISBN: 0130418013 ; 9780130418012; 9788178085623 ; 8178085623Subject(s): C# (Computer program language) | Microsoft .NET Framework | Web site developmentDDC classification: 005.133
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(NOTE: Each chapter concludes with a Summary.)Preface. Organization. Sample Programs. Exercises. Website. Acknowledgments. About This Series. I. INTRODUCTION TO .NET AND C#. 1. .NET Framework. .NET: What You Need to Know. What Is Microsoft .NET? .NET Framework Overview. Common Language Runtime.2. First C# Programs. Hello, World. Program Structure. Namespaces. Variables and Expressions. Using C# As A Calculator. Input/Output in C#. The .NET Framework Class Library.3. Visual Studio.NET. Overview of Visual Studio.NET. Project Configurations.Debugging.II. C# AS A LANGUAGE IN THE C FAMILY. 4. Simple Data Types. Data Types. Integer Types. Floating-Point Types. Decimal Type. Character Type. Boolean Type. Conversions.5. Operators and Expressions. Operator Cardinality. Arithmetic Operators. Relational Operators. Conditional Logical Operators. Bitwise Operators. Assignment Operators. Expressions. Checked and Unchecked.6. Control Structures. If Tests. Loops. Preview of Arrays and Foreach. More About Control Flow. Switch Statement.III. C# PROGRAMMING FUNDAMENTALS. 7. Object-Oriented Programming. Objects. Classes. Polymorphism. Object-Oriented Languages. Components.8. Classes. Classes as Structured Data. Methods. Constructors and Initialization. Static Fields and Methods. Constant and Readonly Fields.9. The C# Type System. Overview of Types in C#. Value Types. Reference Types. Default Values. Boxing and Unboxing.10. Methods, Properties, and Operators. Methods. Parameter Passing. Method Overloading. Variable Length Parameter Lists. Properties. Operator Overloading.11. Characters and Strings. Characters. Strings. String Methods. String Builder Class. Programming with Strings.12. Arrays and Indexers. Arrays. System.Array. Random Number Generation. Jagged Arrays. Rectangular Arrays. Arrays as Collections. Bank Case Study: Step 1. Indexers.13. Inheritance. Inheritance Fundamentals. Access Control. Method Hiding. Initialization. Bank Case Study: Step 2.14. Virtual Methods and Polymorphism. Virtual Methods and Dynamic Binding. Method Overriding. Polymorphism. Abstract Classes. Sealed Classes. Heterogeneous Collections. Case Study: Step 3.15. Formatting and Conversion. ToString. Format Strings. String Formatting Methods. Bank Case Study: Step 4. Type Conversions.16. Exceptions. Exception Fundamentals. User-Defined Exception Classes. Structured Exception Handling. Bank Case Study: Step 5. Inner Exceptions.17. Interfaces. Interface Fundamentals. Programming with Interfaces. Dynamic Use of Interfaces. Bank Case Study: Step 6. Resolving Ambiguity.IV. C# AND THE .NET FRAMEWORK. 18. Interfaces and the .NET Framework. Collections. Bank Case Study: Step 7. Copy Semantics and Icloneable. Comparing Objects. Understanding Frameworks.19. Delegates and Events. Delegates. Stock Market Simulation. Events.20. Advanced Features. Directories and Files. Multiple Thread Programming. Attributes. Custom Attributes. Reflection. Unsafe Code.21. Components and Assemblies. Building Components Using .NET SDK. Assemblies. Multiple Language Applications. Building Components Using Visual Studio.NET. Bank Case Study: Componentized Version. Interoperating with COM.22. Introduction to Windows Forms. Windows Forms. Simple Forms Using .NET SDK. Windows Forms Event Handling. Menus. Next Steps in Windows Forms and .NET.Appendix A: Learning Resources. Index.
A practical introduction to C#, this comprehensive, hands-on presentation teaches programming from an object-oriented perspective. The text explores several important interactions between C# and the .NET Framework and includes an introduction to major classes for user interface, database, Web programming and XML.