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C# PROGRAMMING: FROM PROBLEM ANALYSIS TO PROGRAM DESIGN, THIRD EDITION has been thoroughly revised for Visual Studio 2010. As in previous editions of the text, Barbara Doyle introduces a variety of basic programming concepts, from data types and expressions to arrays and collections, all using C# as the programming language. Every chapter begins with an identification of objectives and ends with a case study solidifying concepts presented in the chapter. Ideal for both novices and programmers with experience in other languages, this book goes beyond traditional programming books by including new, advanced software topics such as an introductions to LINQ (Language Integrated Query), WPF (Windows Presentation Foundation, and WCF (Windows Communication Foundation).
Table of Contents
|Introduction to Computing and Programming|
|Data Types and Expressions|
|Methods and Behaviors|
|Creating Your Own Classes|
|Programming Based on Events|
|Advanced Object-Oriented Programming Features|
|Debugging and Handling Exceptions|
|Working with Files|
|Database Access Using LINQ and ADO.NET|
|Visual Studio Configuration|
|Code Editor Tools|
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