C# for Sharp Kids

C# for Sharp Kids

Writing programs is Fun! This e-book will have you coding your very own C# programs in no time! With fun cartoons and easy to follow code samples, you’ll be creating your own inventions in no time! The book is divided into 5 Parts.

Description

It is possible to create C# programs using nothing but a simple text editor (like Notepad) and something called the “C# compiler” included with the .NET Framework. To make things a little easier though, and to make sure you can carry on further once you’ve read this book, we suggest you use a development environment such as Visual C# Express. It is a lightweight environment for developing Windows applications and console (command-line) applications, using C#.

It’s important that you understand that this book is not about teaching you about the Visual C# Express Edition software product – rather it teaches you about the C# language. Visual C# Express also has lots of snazzy features like writing C# code for you when you drag-and-drop a button or other control onto the page. That’s cool and you’re welcome to use it – but this book aims to teach you C# “from the ground up”. We’d like you to learn to write C# code by hand first – so that you really understand what’s happening.

Table of Contents

  • Part I – Getting Started
  • Introduction
  • Software You’ll Need
  • Formatting Standards Used in this Book
  • What’s Next?
  • Part II – Learning to Communicate
  • A Shared View of The World: The Alien, the Elephant and the Coconut Tree
  • Computers Are Just Like Aliens
  • The Object-Oriented Approach Summarized
  • Classes
  • Objects
  • Fields and Their Types
  • Types
  • How to Use Fields
  • Methods
  • More About Methods
  • Parameters
  • Methods that Send Values Back
  • Public, Private and Protected Methods
  • Constructor Methods
  • Events
  • The Button Click Event
  • Mouse Events
  • Name Spaces
  • Inheritance
  • Part III – The C# Language
  • Vocabulary
  • Some General Grammar Rules
  • Capital and Small Letters
  • Statements
  • Code Blocks – Grouping Statements Together
  • Comments – Helping the Humans Out
  • Indenting Your Code
  • Variables
  • Operators
  • Converting Between Types
  • Branching
  • Looping
  • The For Loop
  • The While Loop
  • Whole Program Structure
  • Using Class Libraries
  • Part IV – Programming with the .NET Framework
  • System.Console
  • System.Windows.Forms
  • System.Drawing
  • System.Data
  • System.Xml
  • Part V – Beyond This Book

Book Details

Author(s): Martin Dreyer
Format(s): HTML, Doc
File size: 2.90 MB
Number of pages: 166
Link: Download or read online.








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