A Complete Guide to C#

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Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2004 - Computers - 624 pages
Designed for introductory courses in C# .NET, A Complete Guide to C# addresses all the basic features and syntax of the C# language, and moves forward from this foundation on to issues of data structures, algorithm analysis, database management, concurrency, and distributed processing. Coverage of these issues includes a general introduction to major concepts as well as an exploration of how C# is applied to each area. By examining how C# relates to these core areas of programming and computing, students gain both an understanding of how to program in C# and insight into the character and philosophy of the language.
 

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Contents

Chapter
1
Data Types I I
11
Chapter
14
C is Case Sensitive
17
Arithmetic Operators
23
Appendix
24
Chapter 10
28
Chapter 15
61
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