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Building on the familiar territory of VB6, this book will teach you C# and how to use it to program the .NET Framework. Packed with real-world, usable code, this book is full of practical examples. 100% relevant...
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Building on the familiar territory of VB6, this book will teach you C# and how to use it to program the .NET Framework. Packed with real-world, usable code, this book is full of practical examples. 100% relevant to your everyday programming tasks, it shows you what you really need to know to build powerful desktop applications.
With Visual C# .NET: A Guide for VB6 Developers you will learn to:
|Ch. 1||.NET, C#, and Visual Studio .NET||9|
|Ch. 2||A Windows Application with Visual Studio .NET and C#||33|
|Ch. 3||The C# Language||65|
|Ch. 4||Object-Oriented Programming : Part I||129|
|Ch. 5||Object-Oriented Programming : Part II||167|
|Ch. 6||Building a Windows Application||245|
|Ch. 7||Working with ActiveX Controls||277|
|Ch. 8||Creating Custom Controls||307|
|Ch. 9||Displaying Data in Windows Forms||331|
|Ch. 10||Class Libraries||359|
|Ch. 11||Integrating VB6 and C#||375|
|Ch. 12||Data Access with ADO.NET||415|
|Ch. 13||Advanced ADO.NET||441|
|Ch. 14||Deploying Windows Applications||491|
Posted December 4, 2002
Hai guys, I am a VB/ASP programmer.i wanted to peek into this "so called" .net environment. First i confused fully which book i should buy.whether i have to go for C#.NET or VB.NET.I finally chose C#.(both VB.NET and C#.NET almost same though) and bought this book. so far i have read 5 chapters..i can say..its pretty good than i thought. whoever want to jump into writing windows programming using C# as soon as you open this book,please you dont want to buy this book. Whoever want to understand the concepts behind .NET and C# first, and then want to apply it to windows application.you can happily buy this book. its not tooooooooooo big like other books but concept is very precise and accurate. pros: 1.it gives indepth knowledge of C# in using simple real world programs. 2.step by step programming.(dont need to type 5 pages code at a time and then to test it and all) 3.excellent way of explaining OOPS concept..(even vb programmer like me can very easily pick up) cons: 1.Garbage collection..not explained deeply. 2.no questions available at the end of chapter. 3.you have to read each and every line.IF YOU MISS A LINE in one chapter ..YOU WILL ASSUME YOURSELF YOU WILL BE MISSED IN NEXT CHAPTER too:-) 4.The book should be called as A GUIDE FOR VISUAL C#.NET not only for vb6 developers but for all. so far the book is good...but i will update this review once i am done with all chapters.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.