Learn to Program with C#

Learn to Program with C#

by John Smiley, Michael Mueller, Lyssa Wald
     
 

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Sit down and join the lively classroom discussion occurring throughout this unique book for beginners. The tutorial classroom experience will show you why Professor Smiley is renowned for making learning fun and easy. Pencils up! See more details below

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Sit down and join the lively classroom discussion occurring throughout this unique book for beginners. The tutorial classroom experience will show you why Professor Smiley is renowned for making learning fun and easy. Pencils up!

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NET and one of its programming languages, C#, are slowly becoming more popular. Learn To Program teaches C# to beginners with no programming experience, moving through the process of developing a real-world application as a class project. From ascertaining user needs through auditing results, it demonstrates application development. In Chapter 1, the author shows how to design and build on familiar concepts rather than jump into coding basic programs. Allowing readers to simulate the classroom experience and learn more naturally, Learn To Program is recommended where C and C++ titles circulate. Teach Yourself is a more traditional self-study guide for beginners with some programming experience. It opens with a description of C#'s attributes and a demonstration of writing and compiling a basic "Hello, World!" program, before building up to more advanced topics. Chapter Q&As, quizzes, and exercises and weekly reviews aid understanding, and useful appendixes contain keywords, command-line compiler flags, and number systems. For medium and larger libraries. More thoroughly serving intermediate programmers, Complete Reference is the only one of these three to ask readers to purchase Visual Studio .NET. Appendixes address XML comments and robotics, and example source code is available online. For larger libraries. Copyright 2002 Cahners Business Information.
An introduction to C# programming that assumes no experience with programming. The author utilizes an unusual style in which the material is presented in narrative form in which a professor is teaching a classroom of 18 students as they ask questions and attempt to complete exercises. Topics include handling data, selection structures, loops, creating objects from instantiable classes, controlling access to data, inheritance and interface, arrays, error handling, developing graphical user interfaces, and event handling. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780072222616
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Companies, The
Publication date:
04/23/2002
Series:
Learn to Program Series
Pages:
610
Product dimensions:
7.14(w) x 9.74(h) x 1.49(d)

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