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Offering a hands-on approach, this text offers a fresh and easily accessible way to learning programming concepts using Visual C# for 2008. The authors incorporate basic concepts of programming, problem solving, and programming logic to teach a mastery of Visual C# at an introductory level.
Table of Contents
|Chapter 1||p. 1|
|User Interface Design||p. 67|
|Variables, Constants, and Calculations||p. 107|
|Decisions and Conditions||p. 157|
|Menus, Common Dialog Boxes, and Methods||p. 217|
|Multiform Projects||p. 259|
|Lists, Loops, and Printing||p. 293|
|Web Applications||p. 369|
|Database Applications||p. 411|
|Data Files||p. 451|
|OOP: Creating Object-Oriented Programs||p. 481|
|Graphics, Animation, Sound, and Drag-and-Drop||p. 535|
|Additional Topics in C#||p. 571|
|Answers to Feedback Questions||p. 613|
|Methods for Working with Dates, Mathematics, and String Operations||p. 627|
|Tips and Shortcuts for Mastering the Environment||p. 635|
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