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C# 2010 All-in-One For Dummies

ISBN: 978-0-470-63599-5
864 pages
April 2010
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A logical, straightforward approach to learning the C# language

C# is a complicated programming language for building .NET-connected software for Microsoft Windows, the Web, and a wide range of devices. The friendly All-in-One For Dummies format is a perfect way to present it. Each minibook is a self-contained package of necessary information, making it easy to find what you're looking for.

Upgrades in C# 2010 include the ability to build Windows 7 applications and compatibility with Python and Ruby.

  • C# is a somewhat complex programming language for building .NET-connected software for Microsoft Windows, the Web, and other devices
  • Beginning C# programmers will appreciate how the All-in-One format breaks the topic into minibooks, each one addressing a key body of information
  • Minibooks include creating your first C# program, Windows 7 programming, basic C# programming, object-based programming, object-oriented programming, Windows programming with C# and Visual Studio, and debugging
  • Companion Web site includes all sample code

Beginning C# programmers will find C# 2010 All-in-One For Dummies explains a complicated topic in an easy, understandable way.

Note: CD-ROM/DVD and other supplementary materials are not included as part of eBook file.

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Introduction.

Book I: Basics of C# Programming.

Chapter 1: Creating Your First C# Console Application.

Chapter 2: Living with Variability — Declaring Value-Type Variables.

Chapter 3: Pulling Strings.

Chapter 4: Smooth Operators.

Chapter 5: Getting Into the Program Flow.

Chapter 6: Lining Up Your Ducks with Collections.

Chapter 7: Stepping through Collections.

Chapter 8: Buying Generic.

Chapter 9: Some Exceptional Exceptions.

Book II: Object-Oriented C# Programming.

Chapter 1: Object-Oriented Programming: What’s It All About?

Chapter 2: Showing Some Class.

Chapter 3: We Have Our Methods.

Chapter 4: Let Me Say This about this.

Chapter 5: Holding a Class Responsible.

Chapter 6: Inheritance: Is That All I Get?

Chapter 7: Poly-what-ism?

Chapter 8: Interfacing with the Interface.

Chapter 9: Delegating Those Important Events.

Chapter 10: Can I Use Your Namespace in the Library?

Book III: Designing for C#.

Chapter 1: Writing Secure Code.

Chapter 2: Accessing Data.

Chapter 3: Fishing the FileStream.

Chapter 4: Accessing the Internet.

Chapter 5: Creating Images.

Book IV: A Tour of Visual Studio.

Chapter 1: Getting Started with Visual Studio.

Chapter 2: Using the Interface.

Chapter 3: Customizing Visual Studio.

Chapter 4: Transforming Text Templates.

Book V: Windows Development with WPF.

Chapter 1: Introducing WPF.

Chapter 2: Understanding the Basics of WP.

Chapter 3: Data Binding in WPF.

Chapter 4: Practical WPF.

Book VI: Web Development with ASP.NET.

Chapter 1: Looking at How ASP.NET Works with C#.

Chapter 2: Building Web Applications.

Chapter 3: Controlling Your Development Experience.

Chapter 4: Leveraging the .NET Framework.

Chapter 5: Digging into Web Construction.

Book VII: Service-Oriented Development.

Chapter 1: Getting Acquainted with Web Services.

Chapter 2: Building Web Services with ASMX.

Chapter 3: Building Web Services with WCF.

Chapter 4: Building Web Services with ReST.

Book VIII: New Features in C# 4.0.

Chapter 1: Programming Dynamically!

Chapter 2: Improving Productivity with Named and Optional Parameters.

Chapter 3: Helping Out with Interop.

Chapter 4: Revising Generics.

Index.

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Bill Sempf is a seasoned programmer and .NET evangelist specializing in .NET applications.

Chuck Sphar is a programmer and former senior technical writer for the Visual C++ product group at Microsoft.

Stephen Randy Davis is the bestselling author of several books, including C++ For Dummies.

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