Introduces the basics of the .NET environment, the C# language, object-oriented programming, and XML-based web services. Written for novice programmers, the guide focuses on program clarity through the reliable techniques of structured programming, object-based programming, and event-driven programming. Topics include methods, arrays, inheritance, exception handling, the graphical user interface, strings, databases and SQL, ASP.NET, FCL collections, and accessibility. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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C# A Programmers Introduction is written for novices and practicing programmers, who want to learn C# through the introductory level. If you already own C# How To Program, 1/e, you should not purchase C# A Programmers Introduction. However, you may be interested in our ASP .NET with C# for Experienced Programmers, which will be published in Summer 2003. Students should not purchase C# A Programmers Introduction. Instead, students should purchase C# How To Program, 1/e, as it contains self-review exercises and other ancillary materials suitable for self-study and classroom use. We also recommend that everyone consider The Complete C# Training Course, 1/e, which includes C# How to Program, 1/e, and the C# Cyber Classroom--an interactive, multimedia, Windows-based CD-ROM. The Complete Training Course offers a great value and provides a powerful learning tool for readers who want to pursue C# programming through the intermediate level.
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Book Description Prentice Hall PTR, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110130461326
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