“C# – The Nuts and Bolts” by Vijay Mukhi and Sonal Mukhi is available online.
This is our second book on C# so we have assumed that you have read our first book, ‘C# – The Basics’. It contains a lot more on the C# language that we could not cover in the first one.
We have read a lot on what Microsoft and others have written, and wherever we liked the idea, we simply copied it. And because we have picked from so many places, there was just no way we could mention each and every of them. If you like an idea in this volume, please do the same. The objective is to spread the C# message!
People often tend to compare C# with Java. It is with reason, and there’s nothing wrong in doing so. All that we would like to say is that C# has everything of Java and more. But very soon, you could well have Java or some other language that betters C#’s act.
Today, C# is king of the hill, but we don’t know how long it will last. If and when the king is dethroned, we will be there paying our respects to the new king. With a new book, of course.
We are basically teachers, and believe that a book is a simple extension of teaching. So in our books, we go step-by-step and systematically because that is the way one teaches in real-life.
Table of Contents
- Concepts Revisited
- Delegates and Events
- Conversions – Implicit and Explicit
- Nested Classes
- Compiler Error Messages
Link: Read online.