Essential C# 5. 0

ISBN-10: 0321877586
ISBN-13: 9780321877581
Edition: 4th 2013 (Revised)
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Book details

List price: $64.99
Edition: 4th
Copyright year: 2013
Publisher: Addison Wesley Professional
Publication date: 11/27/2012
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 1032
Size: 7.50" wide x 10.00" long x 2.50" tall
Weight: 1.760
Language: English

Figures
Tables
Foreword
Preface
Acknowledgments
About the Authors
Introducing C#
Hello, World
C# Syntax Fundamentals
Console Input and Output
Data Types
Fundamental Numeric Types
More Fundamental Types
null and void
Categories of Types
Nullable Modifier
Conversions between Data Types
Arrays
Operators and Control Flow
Operators
Introducing Flow Control
Code Blocks ({})
Code Blocks, Scopes, and Declaration Spaces
Boolean Expressions
Bitwise Operators (<<, >>, , &, �, �)
Control How Statements, Continued
Jump Statements
C# Preprocessor Directives
Methods and Parameters
Calling a Method
Declaring a Method
The using Directive
Returns and Parameters on Main ()
Advanced Method Parameters
Recursion
Method Overloading
Optional Parameters
Basic Error Handling with Exceptions
Classes
Declaring and lnstantiating a Class
Instance Fields
Instance Methods
Using the this Keyword
Access Modifiers
Properties
Constructors
Static Members
Extension Methods
Encapsulating the Data
Nested Classes
Partial Classes
Inheritance
Derivation
Overriding the Base Class
Abstract Classes
All Classes Derive from System Object
Verifying the Underlying Type with the is Operator
Conversion Using the as Operator
Interfaces
Introducing Interfaces
Polymorphism through Interfaces
Interface Implementation
Converting between the Implementing Class and Its Interfaces
Interface Inheritance
Multiple Interface Inheritance
Extension Methods on Interfaces
Implementing Multiple Inheritance via Interfaces
Versioning
Interfaces Compared with Classes
Interfaces Compared with Attributes
Value Types
Structs
Boxing
Enums
Well-Formed Types
Overriding object Members
Operator Overloading
Referencing Other Assemblies
Defining Namespaces
XML Comments
Garbage Collection
Resource Cleanup
Lazy Initialization
Exception Handling
Multiple Exception Types
Catching Exceptions
General Catch Block
Guidelines for Exception Handling
Defining Custom Exceptions
Wrapping an Exception and Rethrowing
Generics
C# without Generics
Introducing Generic Types
Constraints
Generic Methods
Covariance and Contravariance
Generic Internals
Delegates and Lambda Expressions
Introducing Delegates
Lambda Expressions
Anonymous Methods
General-Purpose Delegates: System.Func and System.Action
Events
Coding the Observer Pattern with Multicast Delegates
Events
Collection Interfaces with Standard Query Operators
Anonymous Types and Implicitly Typed Local Variables
Collection Initializers
What Makes a Class a Collection: IEnumerable<T>
Standard Query Operators
LI NQ with Query Expressions
Introducing Query Expressions
Query Expressions Are Just Method Invocations
Building Custom Collections
More Collection Interfaces
Primary Collection Classes
Providing an Indexer
Returning Null or an Empty Collection
Iterators
Reflection, Attributes, and Dynamic Programming
Reflection
Attributes
Programming with Dynamic Objects
Multithreading
Multithreading Basics
Working with System. Threading
Asynchronous Tasks
Canceling a Task
The Task-Based Asynchronous Pattern in C# 5.0
Executing Loop Iterations in Parallel
Running LFNQ Queries in Parallel
Thread Synchronization
Why Synchronization?
Timers
Platform Interoperability and Unsafe Code
Using the Windows Runtime Libraries from C#
Platform Invoke
Pointers and Addresses
Executing Unsafe Code via a Delegate
The Common Language Infrastructure
Defining the Common Language Infrastructure (CLI)
CLI Implementations
C# Compilation to Machine Code
Runtime
Application Domains
Assemblies, Manifests, and Modules
Common Intermediate Language (CIL)
Common Type System (CTS)
Common Language Specification (CLS)
Base Class Library (BCL)
Metadata
Downloading and Installing the C# Compiler and CLI Platform
Microsoft's .NET
Tic-Tac-Toe Source Code Listing
Interfacing with Mutithreading Patterns Prior to the TPLandC#5.0
Asynchronous Programming Model
Asynchronous Delegate Invocation
The Event-Based Asynchronous Pattern (EAP)
Background Worker Pattern
Dispatching to the Windows UI
Timers Prior to the Async/Await Pattern of C# 5.0
Index
Index of C# 5.0 Topics
Index of C# 4.0 Topics
Index ofC#3.0 Topics

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