Presenting C#

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Sams Publishing, 2000 - Computers - 204 pages
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C#(C Sharp) is a simple, modern, object-oriented and type-safe programming language that provides the simplicity of Visual Basic with the power of C++. Written by Christoph Wille, one of only a handful of developers with early access to this exciting new language, this book covers the C# language from the ground up with rich coding examples, and expert insight into issues you will need to understand to fully take advantage of the power of C#. Presenting C# assumes you are already familiar with key programming concepts such as variables, and programming constructs. With this concise, code-intensive guide, you can get up to speed on Microsoft's new C# language, and begin creating next-generation applications and Web services today.
  

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
5
THE UNDERPINNINGSTHE COMMON LANGUAGE RUNTIME
15
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23
YOUR FIRST C APPLICATION
31
CLASSES
55
CONTROL STATEMENTS
79
EXCEPTION HANDLING
95
WRITING COMPONENTS IN C
111
CONFIGURATION AND DEPLOYMENT
125
INTEROPERATING WITH UNMANAGED CODE
151
DEBUGGING C CODE
169
SECURE
185
INDEX
193
Copyright

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Christoph Wille, a Microsoft MVP (Most Valued Professional) for ASP, is a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) as well as a Microsoft Certified Developer (MCSD.) Christoph was one of only a few developers invited to Microsoft to learn about C# and Microsoft's next generation of Windows services, Microsoft.NET. Christoph brought his past experiences with C, C++, Visual Basic, and ASP into fully understanding this new programming language. Christoph is the author of several books, including the best-selling Sams Teach Yourself Active Server Pages in 24 Hours.

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