Microsoft Visual C# .NET 2003 Kick Start

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Sams Publishing, 2003 - Computers - 604 pages

"Microsoft Visual C# .NET 2003 Kick Start" is a rapid-progression tutorial that presents the C# language to working programmers who are already familiar with another programming language or tool. This book speeds through basic concepts and focuses on practical examples showing the advantages of C# .NET 2003 in ASP programming, application design and creation, and .NET Web Services development. While "Microsoft Visual C# .NET 2003 Kick Start" assumes no knowledge of C# or the .NET Framework, it skips the handholding and basic programming instruction associated with entry-level tutorials. Full of code examples, tips, and profession insights, this book is about maximum payoff with minimum effort for the working programmer who wants to use Visual C# .NET 2003 now.

 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Exii
5
Basic C Programming
49
13
64
Creating Static Properties
115
Thi s
122
Overloading Operators
125
Creating Namespaces
134
In Brief
303
Creating C Web Applications
305
Basic Web Programming Skills
313
Using ADO NET and Databases
345
Handling Databases in C Code
385
Using the DataSet Class
395
Reading Data Cell by Cell
405
Creating a Data Relation in Code
413

Handling Inheritance and Delegates
137
Overriding Virtual Methods
144
Boxing and Unboxing Types
150
Working with Delegates
166
Handling Events with Delegates
175
Working with Streams in C
181
Understanding Collections and Indexers
223
Creating C Windows Applications
269
Using Basic Windows Controls
283
Using Advanced Controls
290
Creating User Controls and Web User Controls
417
Creating Windows Services Web Services and Deploying
433
Understanding C Assemblies and Security
463
Implementing Security in C
480
Using Attributes and Reflection
499
Using Multithreading and Remoting
529
In Brief
560
Index
563
Copyright

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About the author (2003)

Steve Holzner is an award-winning author who has been writing about programming topics for over a decade. Using his trademark comfortable accessible, writing style, he s written 72 books on a variety of programming topics that have sold well over a million total copies. He s a former contributing editor of PC Magazine, graduated from MIT, and received his Ph.D. at Cornell. He s been on the faculty of both MIT and Cornell, and also teaches corporate seminars around the country.

His recent books include:

  • Inside XML, 0-7357-1020-1, $49.99, New Riders, November 2000.
  • Inside JavaScript, 0-7357-1285-9, $49.99, New Riders, August 2002.
  • Sams Teach Yourself Visual Basic .NET in 21 Days, Not Yet Published.

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