C# 2005 For Dummies

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Wiley, Nov 7, 2005 - Computers - 406 pages
  • C# is Microsoft's object-oriented programming language designed for improving productivity in the development of Web applications
  • Fully revised for C# 2005, this book begins with creating a C# program, then moves into C# and object-oriented programming fundamentals, Windows programming with C# and Visual Studio, and debugging and error handling
  • A friendly, conversational approach to understanding C# is certain to get readers quickly creating applications
  • The CD-ROM contains all the sample code in the book as well as bonus materials

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This was a good refresher in object oriented programing with a C# flavor, although I got a little confused at the end when they started talking about more advanced (at least to me) elements such as ... Read full review

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Stephen R. Davis, who goes by the name of Randy, lives with his wife and son near Dallas, Texas. He and his family have written numerous books, including C++ For Dummies and C++ Weekend Crash Course. Stephen works for L-3 Communications.

Chuck Sphar escaped Microsoft’s C++ documentation camps in 1997, after six years’ hard labor as a senior technical writer. He’s perpetrated two previous tomes, one on object-oriented programming for the Mac and one on Microsoft’s MFC class library. He’s currently finishing a novel about ancient Rome (againstrome.com) and gobbling mouthfuls of .NET programming. Chuck can be reached for praise and minor nits at csharp@chucksphar.com.

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