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Programming C# By Jesse Liberty

Programming C# by Jesse Liberty

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The goal of C# is to serve as a high-performance language for .NET development. The text teaches this language by grounding its application firmly in the context of Microsoft's .NET platform and the development of desktop and Internet applications.

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Programming C# by Jesse Liberty

C# is designed from the ground up for development on Microsoft's .NET framework. As such, it's a high-performance language that's simple, safe, object-oriented, and Internet-centric. "Programming C#" teaches this language in a way that experienced programmers should appreciate - by grounding its applications firmly in the context of Microsoft's .NET platform and the development of desktop and Internet applications. The first part of this book introduces C# fundamentals, then goes on to explain: classes and objects; structs and interfaces; collection classes provided by the Base Class Library; creating custom collection classes; string objects; exceptions and bug handling; and event handling. Part two of the text focuses on development of desktop and Internet applications, including WinForms and ASP.NET. ASP.NET includes WebForms, for rapid development of web applications, and WebServices for creating objects without UI, to provide services over the Internet. Part three gets to the heart of the Common Language Runtime (CLR), a data typing system that is enforced throughout the platform and is common to all languages developed for .NET. The CLR is responsible for memory management, reference counting of objects, and garbage collection. In much the way that you can see the features and personality of the parents and grandparents in young children, you can easily see the influence of Java, C++, Visual Basic, and other languages in C#. The level of information in Programming C# allows programmers to become productive quickly with C# and to rely on it as a powerful addition to their family of mastered programming languages.

Programming C# Reviews

'A well-written book that gets straight to the point of all the topics it covers.' Computer Shopper, Dec (HIT!) 'Overall, I'd say the book is a valuable resource to refer to for anyone learning, or wanting to learn more about C SHARP.' - Drew Durkin, new@UK, December 2001

About Jesse Liberty

Jesse Liberty is the author of a dozen books on object-oriented, C++, and web programming, including the forthcoming Programming ASP.NET from O'Reilly. Jesse is the president of Liberty Associates, Inc., where he provides .NET training, contract-programming, and consulting. He is a former Vice President of electronic delivery for Citibank, and a former Distinguished Software Engineer and architect for AT&T, Ziff Davis, Xerox, and PBS.

Table of Contents

Preface I. The CSHARP Language 1. CSHARP and the .NET Framework The .NET Platform The .NET Framework Compilation and the MSIL The CSHARP Language 2. Getting Started: "Hello World" Classes, Objects, and Types Developing "Hello World" Using the Visual Studio .NET Debugger 3. CSHARP Language Fundamentals Types Variables and Constants Expressions Whitespace Statements Operators Namespaces Preprocessor Directives 4. Classes and Objects Defining Classes Creating Objects Using Static Members Destroying Objects Passing Parameters Overloading Methods and Constructors Encapsulating Data with Properties Readonly Fields 5. Inheritance and Polymorphism Specialization and Generalization Inheritance Polymorphism Abstract Classes The Root of all Classes: Object Boxing and Unboxing Types Nesting Classes 6. Operator Overloading Using the operator Keyword Supporting Other .NET Languages Creating Useful Operators Logical Pairs The Equals Operator Conversion Operators 7. Structs Defining Structs Creating Structs 8. Interfaces Implementing an Interface Accessing Interface Methods Overriding Interface Implementations Explicit Interface Implementation 9. Arrays, Indexers, and Collections Arrays The foreach Statement Indexers Collection Interfaces Array Lists Queues Stacks Dictionaries 10. Strings and Regular Expressions Strings Regular Expressions 11. Handling Exceptions Throwing and Catching Exceptions Exception Objects Custom Exceptions Rethrowing exceptions 12. Delegates and Events Delegates Events II. Programming with CSHARP 13. Building Windows Applications Creating a Simple Windows Form Creating a Windows Form Application XML Documentation Comments Deploying an Application 14. Accessing Data with ADO.NET Relational Databases and SQL The ADO.Net Object Model Getting Started with ADO.NET Using ADO Managed Providers Working with Data-Bound Controls Changing Database Records ADO.NET and XML 15. Programming Web Applications with Web Forms Understanding Web Forms Creating a Web Form Adding Controls Data Binding Responding to Postback Events ASP.NET and CSHARP 16. Programming Web Services SOAP, WSDL, and Discovery Building a Web Service Creating the Proxy III. CSHARP and the .NET CLR 17. Assemblies and Versioning PE Files Metadata Security Boundary Versioning Manifests Multi-Module Assemblies Private Assemblies Shared Assemblies 18. Attributes and Reflection Attributes Intrinsic Attributes Custom Attributes Reflection Reflection Emit 19. Marshaling and Remoting Application Domains Context Remoting 20. Threads and Synchronization Threads Synchronization Race Conditions and Deadlocks 21. Streams Files and Directories Reading and Writing Data Asynchronous I/O Network I/O Web Streams Serialization Isolated Storage 22. Programming .NET and COM Importing ActiveX Controls Importing COM Components Exporting .NET Components P/Invoke Pointers Appendix: CSHARP Keywords Index

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Programming C# by Jesse Liberty
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