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C# Programmer’s Handbook

  • Gregory S. MacBeth
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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
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  2. C# Language Basics

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About this book

Introduction

This book provides in-depth examination of the C# language as used in .NET development for both .NET 1.1 and 2.0. Developers migrating to C# will find this a quick and easy-to-use reference, and new programmers will take home deeper understanding of the concepts needed to apply C# to real-world programming needs. This is the type of book you'll never want to be without, providing essential guidance to using C# for accomplishing real-world tasks in technologies including COM Interop, I/O, Directory Services, ADO.NET, networking, threading, debugging, Remoting, Web Services, and ASP.NET.

This book also covers features new to C# 2.0, such as Generics, Anonymous Methods, Iterators, and new methods of exising Framework classes. Becoming familiar with these concepts will be an advantage to any C# developer making the leap from 1.1 to 2.0.

Keywords

.NET C# Debugging Exception Web Services Windows XML development language programming structured design

Authors and affiliations

  • Gregory S. MacBeth
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  1. 1.MicrosoftCharlotteUSA

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