C# Guide

This free online C# guide covers the following topics:


What does the simple C# program look like? Java! Note that all methods end with semicolons and Main() method is a part of class Hello. Statements are enclosed in braces. Like in Java and C/C++, every program has a Main() entry point. However, in Java the name of the program should be the same as the name of the class. There is no such restriction in C#.

System.Console is a namespace that takes care of console I/O (see exercise 5). Other methods of System.Console include Write method, which does not add a carriage return at the end of the line, and ReadLine, which gets user input from the console.

As the next step in learning C#, we will write a Windows program that displays “Hello World” dialog.

Table of Contents

  • Hello World
  • Types Overview
  • Static and Instance members
  • Inheritance and Polymorphism
  • Value types as References
  • Heap and Stack
  • Reference Types
  • MSIL introduction
  • Windows Controls
  • Windows Forms
  • Internet Programming
  • GDI Programming
  • Delegates
  • Events
  • Numerical Methods
  • PInvoke
  • Creating Components
  • Exceptions
  • Recursion
  • Windows Service
  • Optimization
  • Documentation and maintainance
  • Linked List

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