C# Concisely

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Pearson Addison Wesley, 2004 - Computers - 442 pages
C SHARP is an object-oriented, network-enabled programming language, developed expressly for Microsoft's.Net platform. C SHARP provides the features that are the most important to programmers: object-orientation, graphics, GUI components, multimedia, internet-based client/server networking and distributed computing. Judith Bishop and Nigel Horspool have got together to write one of the first textbooks on C SHARP on the market. 'C SHARP: A Natural Approach to Programming' will keep good programming principles to the fore, while also putting C SHARP programming in the context of GUI design, .Net connectivity and using the Microsoft libraries. In this way, the authors will steer a course between explaining generic programming concepts, and developing specific Microsoft skills. This will ensure that the book not only shows the student how to program in a modern style, but also how to do so with the awareness of the new ways of programming that C SHARP offers. - The book has an early objects approach. Objects are used in a meaningful way right from the start, using examples where more than one object of a class needs to be used. - End of chapter summaries, quizzes, and programming exerc

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Nigel Horspool is Professor of Computer Science at the University of Victoria in Canada.

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