Learning C# 2005
If you're a novice programmer and you want to learn C#, there aren't many books that will guide you. Most C# books are written for experienced C++ ... Show synopsis If you're a novice programmer and you want to learn C#, there aren't many books that will guide you. Most C# books are written for experienced C++ and Java programmers. That's why Jesse Liberty, author of the best-selling books "Programming C#" and "Programming ASP.NET," has written an entry-level guide to C#. Written in a warm and friendly manner, "Learning C#" assumes no prior programming experience, and provides a thorough introduction to Microsoft's premier .NET language. The book helps you build a solid foundation in .NET, and shows you how to apply your skills through the use of dozens of tested examples. You'll learn about the syntax and structure of the C# language, including operators, classes and interfaces, structs, arrays, and strings. Better yet, this updated edition of "Learning C#" has been completely revised to include the latest additions to the C# language plus a variety of learning aids to help lock-in new knowledge and skills. Here's what's new: Extensive revisions to the text and examples to reflect C# 2005 and .NET 2.0 changes An introduction to Visual Studio 2005, the most popular tool for building Windows and web applications More than 200 questions and fully debugged programming exercises with solutionsA greater emphasis on event handling New coverage of generics, generic collections, partial classes, anonymous methods and more. By the time you've finished "Learning C#," you'll be ready to move on to a more advanced programming guide that will help you create large-scale web and Windows applications. Whether you have a little object-oriented programming experience or you are new to programming altogether, "Learning C#" will set you firmly on your way to mastering the essentials of the C# language.