C# Primer Plus

ISBN-10: 0672321521

ISBN-13: 9780672321528

Edition: 2002

Authors: Klaus Michelsen

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Written for developers experienced in other languages, this guide explains how to develop applications with the C# language within the .NET framework. Its coverage is limited to only the most relevant classes within the framework.
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Book details

List price: $49.99
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Pearson Education
Publication date: 12/5/2001
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 992
Size: 7.00" wide x 8.75" long x 2.00" tall
Weight: 3.498
Language: English

Introduction
Computers and Computer Programming: Basic Concepts
C# Is an Object-Oriented Programming Language
Hardware
Software
Summary
Review Questions
Your First C# Program
Software Development
The Software Development Process
Algorithms and Pseudocode
The Three Different Types of Errors
Object-Oriented Programming: A First Encounter
Software Reuse
The Assembly, the Basic Unit of Code Reuse in .NET
The .NET Framework Class Library
C#: History and Design Goals
C#'s Background
C#'s Design Goals
What Kind of Programs Can I Write with C#? The Mechanics of Creating a C# Program
Before Getting Started
Choosing a Text Editor
The Seven Steps to Writing a Simple C# Program
A Brief Source Code Analysis
Note on Syntax Errors and Compilers
Summary
Review Questions
Programming Exercises
3
Introduction
Abstraction and Encapsulation
An Interactive Hello World! Program
Summary
Review Questions
Programming Exercises
A Guided Tour through C#: Part II
Introduction
Essential Elements of SimpleCalculator.cs
Simplifying Your Code with Methods
Methods as Building Blocks: Encapsulating Your Helper Methods with the private keyword
Summary
Review Questions
Programming Exercises
Your First Object-Oriented C# Program
Introduction
Lexical Structure
Some Thoughts on Elevator Simulations
Concepts, Goals and Solutions in an Elevator Simulation Program: Collecting Valuable Statistics for Evaluating an Elevator System
Object-Oriented Programming: A Practical Example
Summary
Review Questions
Programming Exercises
Types Part I: The Simple Types
Introduction
Types in C#: An Overview
Simple Types
The Blipos Clock
Summary
Review Questions
Programming Exercises
Types Part II: Operators, Enumerators, and Strings
Introduction
Arithmetic Operators and Numerical Expressions
Associativity
Parentheses and Precedence
The Modulus Operator (%)
Unary Operators
Determining the Type of an Expression
Combining Different Types in One Expression
Accessing the Metadata of a Component: A Brief Introduction
Enumerated Constants
Enumerator Operators
Conversions
The Methods of System.Enum
Characters and Text
The char Type
The string type
Summary
Review Questions
Programming Exercises
Flow of Control Part I: Branching Statements and Related Concepts
Introduction to Flow of Control
Branching with the if Statement
Comparison Operators and Boolean Expressions
Nested if Statements
Multibranch if-else Statements
Logical Operators
The Scope of Variables
The goto Statement
The switch Statement
The Conditional Operator
Summary
Review Questions
Programming Exercises
Flow of Control Part II: Iteration Statements
Traversing, Analyzing, and Generating Sequences of Data
The while Loop Statement
The do-while Loop Statement
The for Loop Statement
The Jump Statements break and continue
Structured Programming and Structured Constructs
Combination Assignment Operators
Nested Iteration Statements
Programming Exercises
Summary
Review Questions
Programming Exercises
Arrays Part I: Array Essentials
Declaring and Defining an Array
Accessing Individual Array Elements
Array Indexes Out of Range
Adjusting for the Zero-Based Array Index
Initializing Arrays
Traversing an Entire Array with the foreach Statement
System.Array Is a Reference Type
Arrays and Equality
Arrays and Methods
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