C# Programmer's Handbook

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Springer-Verlag New York Incorporated, 2004 - Computers - 561 pages

This book provides in-depth examination of the C# language as used in .NET development for both .NET 1.1 and 2.0. Developers migrating to C# will find this a quick and easy-to-use reference, and new programmers will take home deeper understanding of the concepts needed to apply C# to real-world programming needs. This is the type of book you'll never want to be without, providing essential guidance to using C# for accomplishing real-world tasks in technologies including COM Interop, I/O, Directory Services, ADO.NET, networking, threading, debugging, Remoting, Web Services, and ASP.NET.

This book also covers features new to C# 2.0, such as Generics, Anonymous Methods, Iterators, and new methods of exising Framework classes. Becoming familiar with these concepts will be an advantage to any C# developer making the leap from 1.1 to 2.0.

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Common Type System
Value Types
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About the author (2004)

Gregory S. MacBeth is employed by Microsoft Corporation as a solution integration engineer in Charlotte, North Carolina, where he helps customers realize the potential of Microsoft products. He specifically aids customers in resolving complex problems where multiple products are involved. In addition, he often assists customers in developing first-class software using C# and .NET. He holds MCAD, MCSD (.NET and VS 6), MCSE, MCDBA, MCT, N+, and A+ certifications.

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