Thinking in C#
AUTHOR: Eckel, Bruce and O'Brien, Larry
PUBLISHER: Prentice Hall PTR
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-- Hundreds of self-contained example programs move the reader to test, extend, and apply lessons learned.
-- Shows what works/ how concepts like objects, patterns and coupling lead to programs that are short, simple to understand and exciting to build/run.
This book uses the award winning structure of TIJ while delivering entirely news programs that explore the hottest areas of Windows programming: Web Services, shell programs, system services, and multimedia. Thinking in C# gives the reader both the content and the context they need to become professionally competent at programming. NET programs of all types, including components, desktop applications, and Web Services. Hundreds of self-contained example programs make it possible for readers to immediately test, extend, and apply lessons learned, while gradually building skills that start from a foundation of facts to practical application and extend to the synthesis of new approaches in their real-world jobs. Thinking in C# provides a comprehensive guide to the new language preferred for programming Microsoft's new .NET Framework.
PUBLICATION DATE: 11/22/2003