Beginning Visual C# / Edition 1by Karli Watson, David Espinosa, Zach Greenvoss, Jacob Hammer Pedersen
Pub. Date: 08/01/2002
With Beginning Visual C#, you will learn how to use Visual C# from first principles. Visual C# is an object-oriented programming language designed specifically for programming Microsoft's new platform, the .NET Framework. You'll quickly and easily learn how to write Visual C# code and create your own applications — for/i>/b>
What is this book about?
With Beginning Visual C#, you will learn how to use Visual C# from first principles. Visual C# is an object-oriented programming language designed specifically for programming Microsoft's new platform, the .NET Framework. You'll quickly and easily learn how to write Visual C# code and create your own applications — for both Windows and the Web.
What does this book cover?
With clear explanations and hands-on examples, you will learn about the following topics:
- The C# language from the ground up
- Designing and writing object-oriented programs
- .NET programming with C#
- Working with Windows forms and controls
- Creating graphics and printing
- Accessing databases and files
- Writing web application and web services in Visual C#
This book will be an indispensable guide as you learn to write C# programs, gradually explaining the key concepts of Visual C# and .NET as your skills develop, with exercises at the end of chapters to test yourself. Starting with a thorough tutorial of the Visual C# language and object-oriented programming, you will progress to learn how to apply your understanding to programming the .NET Framework.
Who is this book for?
Beginning Visual C# is ideal for beginners with little background in programming, and for relatively inexperienced programmers who want to move from a language that doesn't support object-oriented programming techniques. The book moves at a fast enough pace that if you have programmed in another language, then you will still find the book valuable.
What do you need to use this book?
Note that Beginning Visual C# requires you to have access to either Visual Studio .NET or Visual C# .NET Standard Edition.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Introducing C#.
Chapter 2: Writing a C# Program.
Chapter 3: Variables and Expressions.
Chapter 4: Flow Control.
Chapter 5: More About Variables.
Chapter 6: Functions.
Chapter 7: Debugging and Error Handling.
Chapter 8: Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming.
Chapter 9: Defining Classes.
Chapter 10: Defining Class Members.
Chapter 11: More About Classes.
Chapter 12: Events.
Chapter 13: Using Windows Form Controls.
Chapter 14: Advanced Windows Forms Features.
Chapter 15: Using Common Dialogs.
Chapter 16: Introduction to GDI+.
Chapter 17: Deploying Windows Applications.
Chapter 18: Getting At Your Data.
Chapter 19: Data Access with ADO.NET.
Chapter 20: Working With Files.
Chapter 21: .NET Assemblies.
Chapter 22: Attributes.
Chapter 23: ASP.NET Applications.
Chapter 24: Web Services.
Appendix A: Setting the PATH Environment Variable.
Appendix B: Installing MSDE.
Appendix C: Further References.
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