.Net Framework Programmer's Reference

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Beginning with an overview of the . NET architecture,this book is an extremely handy desk reference. Outlining basic concepts including syntax,variable passing,class redefinition,and event structure,this book also provides definitions for all of the relevant classes in the...
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Overview

Beginning with an overview of the . NET architecture,this book is an extremely handy desk reference. Outlining basic concepts including syntax,variable passing,class redefinition,and event structure,this book also provides definitions for all of the relevant classes in the framework within topic areas such as graphics,networking,and more. Lastly,the API Quick reference section will offer indexes and cross references to the classes and their methods.


Quick Reference for Effective Programming in the . NET Framework!


Quick,accurate answers to all your . NET technology questions are within easy reach—just grab your copy of . NET Framework Programmer's Reference. Now you can program in the standardized,shared environment of Visual Studio,using Visual Basic,C#,C++,or other third-party languages. This handy resource provides a structural overview of the extensible,reusable classes that comprise the . NET Framework. Execute applications using ASP. NET—plus locate and understand specific routines,syntax,variable passing,and event structure. Organized and cross-referenced by topics,subclasses,and namespace location,this vital reference is likely to be the most used book in any developer's library.



  • Access all system services—including Web services,I/O,networking,memory management,and events
  • Individual chapters devoted to essential topics including COM,database access,security,XML,and runtime services
  • Solve problems on the spot—designed to provide quick,usable explanations
  • Complete coverage of Common Language Runtime,Framework classes,and ASP. NET

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780072194661
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill/OsborneMedia
  • Publication date: 2/14/2002
  • Series: Programmer's Reference Series
  • Pages: 468
  • Product dimensions: 1.04 (w) x 5.50 (h) x 8.50 (d)

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
Introduction
1 Getting Started: The New Visual Studio 1
2 Graphical User Interface 21
3 Drawing 117
4 Input and Output 155
5 Networking 177
6 Component Objects 205
7 Threading 253
8 System 263
9 Database Access 289
10 Extensible Markup Language (XML) 323
11 Runtime Classes 351
12 Globalization 367
13 Security 383
Index 415
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