Computing with C# and the .NET Framework, Volume 1

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Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2003 - Computers - 753 pages
A traditional CS1 text using C#, Computing with C# demystifies the art of programming with C# through an introduction rich with clear explanations and intuitive examples. The text serves as an accessible and thorough guide to object-oriented and event-driven programming concepts. Students develop a mastery of objects through the authors spiral teaching approach: first straightforward examples are presented, then simple class design, and finally the more difficult aspects of inheritance and polymorphism. The author applies this approach throughout the text, and students acquire a meaningful understanding of programming concepts and techniques.
 

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Contents

2
27
Input and Output
38
Software Engineering with Control
69
1
85
More Control Structures and Types
115
5
170
Getting Started with ObjectOriented
175
Working with Objects
215
Summary
323
User Interfaces
331
summary
356
Optional A GUI for Insertion Sorting
360
Inheritance
379
Exception Handling and Input
437
static void Main string args
438
int number 345
460

String Operations
223
Object Composition
229
Interfaces
236
Summary
244
6
281
EventDriven Programming
295
Drawing Text
304
Mouse and Key Events
310
12 Data Structures
473
Threads and Animation
529
XML and Web Services
675
J Appendices
709
Operator Precedence Table
717
Answers To Selected Exercises
723
Index
743
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