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Beginning Visual C# by Karli Watson, Christian Nagel, Eric White, Jacob Hammer Pedersen, Jon Reid, Matthew Reynolds, Morgan Skinner, Zach Greenvoss, David Espinosa
Publisher: Peer Information; 1st edition (August 2002) | ISBN-10: 1861007582 | CHM | 18,1 Mb | 933 pages
C# is Microsoft's new programming language for its new platform, the .NET Framework. The .NET Framework consists of a runtime environment for managing the execution of code, and a whole host of class libraries for performing almost any programming task you can think of. Although .NET code can be written in many languages, C# is the only language designed specifically for the .NET Framework, and as such is set to become the language of choice for writing .NET applications for years to come. This book will be an indispensable guide as you learn to write C# programs, gradually explaining the key concepts of C# and .NET as your skills develop. After a thorough explanation of the basics of the C# language, we take an in-depth look at object-oriented programming in C#, before moving on to see how we write Windows applications in C#, work with databases and handle files. We also show how you can create dynamic web pages in C#.
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