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Using engaging examples and a clear, straightforward approach, MICROSOFT VISUAL C# 2010: AN INTRODUCTION TO OBJECT-ORIENTED PROGRAMMING, FOURTH EDITION guides beginning programmers through developing programs in the C# language. The book provides readers with a strong background knowledge of structured programming, method calling, and parameter passing, all of which are important concepts easily transferable to other programming languages. The Fourth Edition has been written and tested using the latest version of C#, Visual C# 2010, and now offers supplementary video lessons, expanded coverage of methods, and the option to study GUI applications earlier in the text.
Table of Contents
|A First Program Using C#|
|Using GUI Objects and the Visual Studio IDE|
|Introduction to Methods|
|Advanced Method Concepts|
|Using Classes and Objects|
|Introduction to Inheritance|
|Files and Streams|
|Data Queries and LINQ|
|Operator Precedence and Associativity|
|ASCII and Unicode|
|Creating a multifile assembly|
|Using the IDE Editor|
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