C# 5. 0 Programmer's Reference.

By: Stephens, RodPublisher: Somerset : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 2014Copyright date: ©2014Edition: 1st edDescription: 1 online resource (962 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781118846971Subject(s): C# (Computer program language);Computer graphicsGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: C# 5. 0 Programmer's ReferenceDDC classification: 005.133 LOC classification: QA76.73.C154.S747 2Online resources: Click to View
Contents:
Intro -- Contents -- Introduction -- Who Should Read This Book -- Approach -- Which Edition of Visual Studio Should You Use? -- How This Book Is Organized -- How to Use This Book -- Necessary Equipment -- Conventions -- Source Code -- Errata -- p2p.wrox.com -- Important URLs -- Part I: The C# Ecosystem -- Chapter 1: The C# Environment -- Visual Studio -- The C# Compiler -- The CLR -- The .NET Framework -- Summary -- Exercises -- Chapter 2: Writing a First Program -- Types of Projects -- Console Applications -- Windows Forms Applications -- WPF Applications -- Windows Store Applications -- Summary -- Exercises -- Chapter 3: Program and Code File Structure -- Hidden Files -- Preprocessor Directives -- Code File Structure -- Comments -- Summary -- Exercises -- Part II: C# Language Elements -- Chapter 4: Data Types, Variables, and Constants -- Data Types -- Variable Declaration Syntax -- Initialization -- Literal Type Characters -- Data Type Conversion -- Scope -- Parameter Declarations -- Properties -- Enumerations -- Nullable Types -- Delegates -- Summary -- Exercises -- Chapter 5: Operators -- Arithmetic Operators -- Comparison Operators -- Logical Operators -- Bitwise Operators -- Conditional and Null-coalescing Operators -- Assignment Operators -- Operator Precedence -- The StringBuilder Class -- DateTime and TimeSpan Operations -- Operator Overloading -- Summary -- Exercises -- Chapter 6: Methods -- Method Declarations -- Extension Methods -- Lambda Expressions -- Variance -- Asynchronous Methods -- Summary -- Exercises -- Chapter 7: Program Control Statements -- Decision Statements -- Looping Statements -- Summary -- Exercises -- Chapter 8: LINQ -- Introduction to LINQ -- Basic LINQ Query Syntax -- Advanced LINQ Query Syntax -- Other LINQ Methods -- LINQ Extension Methods -- LINQ to Objects -- LINQ to XML -- LINQ to ADO.NET -- PLINQ -- Summary.
Exercises -- Chapter 9: Error Handling -- Bugs Versus Undesirable Conditions -- try catch Blocks -- Summary -- Exercises -- Chapter 10: Tracing and Debugging -- The Debug Menu -- The Debug ➪ Windows Submenu -- The Breakpoints Window -- The Immediate Window -- Trace Listeners -- Summary -- Exercises -- Part III: Object-Oriented Programming -- Chapter 11: OOP Concepts -- Classes -- Encapsulation -- Inheritance -- Polymorphism -- Summary -- Exercises -- Chapter 12: Classes and Structures -- Classes -- Structures -- Constructors -- Structure Instantiation Details -- Garbage Collection -- Events -- Static Methods -- Summary -- Exercises -- Chapter 13: Namespaces -- Collisions in .NET -- The using Directive -- The Default Namespace -- Making Namespaces -- Resolving Namespaces -- The global Namespace -- Summary -- Exercises -- Chapter 14: Collection Classes -- Arrays -- System.Collections -- Dictionaries -- CollectionsUtil -- Stacks and Queues -- Generic Collections -- Collection Initializers -- Iterators -- Summary -- Exercises -- Chapter 15: Generics -- Advantages of Generics -- Defining Generics -- Instantiating Generic Classes -- Generic Collection Classes -- Generic Methods -- Generics and Extension Methods -- Summary -- Exercises -- Part IV: Interacting with the Environment -- Chapter 16: Printing -- Windows Forms Printing -- WPF Printing -- Summary -- Exercises -- Chapter 17: Configuration and Resources -- Environment Variables -- Registry -- Configuration Files -- Resource Files -- Summary -- Exercises -- Chapter 18: Streams -- Stream -- FileStream -- MemoryStream -- BinaryReader and BinaryWriter -- TextReader and TextWriter -- StringReader and StringWriter -- StreamReader and StreamWriter -- Exists, OpenText, CreateText, and AppendText -- Custom Stream Classes -- Summary -- Exercises -- Chapter 19: File System Objects -- Filesystem Permissions.
.NET Framework Classes -- Using the Recycle Bin -- Summary -- Exercises -- Chapter 20: Networking -- Networking Classes -- Downloading Information -- Uploading Information -- Getting FTP Information -- Sending E‑mail -- Sending Text Messages -- Summary -- Exercises -- Part V: Advanced Topics -- Chapter 21: Regular Expressions -- Building Regular Expressions -- Using Regular Expressions -- Summary -- Exercises -- Chapter 22: Parallel Programming -- Interacting with the User Interface -- BackgroundWorker -- Tasks -- Threads -- Coordinating Tasks -- Thread-Safe Objects -- Summary -- Exercises -- Chapter 23: ADO.NET -- Selecting a Database -- Using Bound Controls -- Loading DataSets -- Using ADO.NET -- Summary -- Exercises -- Chapter 24: XML -- Basic XML Syntax -- Writing XML Data -- Reading XML Data -- Related Technologies -- Summary -- Exercises -- Chapter 25: Serialization -- XML Serialization -- JSON Serialization -- Binary Serialization -- Summary -- Exercises -- Chapter 26: Reflection -- Learning About Classes -- Getting and Setting Properties -- Getting Assembly Information -- Invoking Methods -- Running Scripts -- Summary -- Exercises -- Chapter 27: Cryptography -- Cryptographic Operations -- Randomness -- Symmetric Key Encryption -- Asymmetric Key Encryption -- Summary -- Exercises -- Part VI: Appendices -- Appendix A: Solutions to Exercises -- Chapter 1 -- Chapter 2 -- Chapter 3 -- Chapter 4 -- Chapter 5 -- Chapter 6 -- Chapter 7 -- Chapter 8 -- Chapter 9 -- Chapter 10 -- Chapter 11 -- Chapter 12 -- Chapter 13 -- Chapter 14 -- Chapter 15 -- Chapter 16 -- Chapter 17 -- Chapter 18 -- Chapter 19 -- Chapter 20 -- Chapter 21 -- Chapter 22 -- Chapter 23 -- Chapter 24 -- Chapter 25 -- Chapter 26 -- Chapter 27 -- Appendix B: Data Types -- Casting and Converting Values -- Parsing Values -- Appendix C: Variable Declarations -- Initialization Expressions.
Using -- Enumerated Type Declarations -- Appendix D: Constant Declarations -- Appendix E: Operators -- Arithmetic Operators -- Comparison Operators -- Logical Operators -- Bitwise Operators -- Assignment Operators -- Conditional and Null-coalescing Operators -- Operator Precedence -- DateTime and TimeSpan Operators -- Operator Overloading -- Appendix F: Method Declarations -- Methods -- Property Procedures -- Lambda Functions and Expressions -- Extension Methods -- Appendix G: Useful Attributes -- Useful XML Serialization Attributes -- Useful JSON Serialization Attributes -- Binary Serialization Attributes -- Other Useful Attributes -- Appendix H: Control Statements -- Decision Statements -- Looping Statements -- Appendix I: Error Handling -- Throwing Exceptions -- Appendix J: LINQ -- Basic LINQ Query Syntax -- LINQ Functions -- LINQ to XML -- LINQ to ADO.NET -- PLINQ -- Appendix K: Classes and Structures -- Classes -- Structures -- Constructors -- Destructors -- Events -- Appendix L: Collection Classes -- Arrays -- Collections -- Iterators -- Appendix M: Generic Declarations -- Generic Classes -- Generic Methods -- Appendix N: Printing and Graphics -- Windows Forms Printing -- WPF Printing -- Appendix O: Useful Exception Classes -- Standard Exception Classes -- Custom Exception Classes -- Appendix P: Date and Time Format Specifiers -- Standard Format Specifiers -- Custom Format Specifiers -- Appendix Q: Other Format Specifiers -- Standard Numeric Format Specifiers -- Custom Numeric Format Specifiers -- Numeric Formatting Sections -- Composite Formatting -- Enumerated Type Formatting -- Appendix R: Streams -- Stream Class Summary -- Stream -- BinaryReader and BinaryWriter -- TextReader and TextWriter -- StringReader and StringWriter -- StreamReader and StreamWriter -- Text File Stream Methods -- Appendix S: Filesystem Classes -- Framework Classes.
Special Folders -- Recycle Bin -- Appendix T: Regular Expressions -- Creating Regular Expressions -- Regular Expression Options -- Using Regular Expressions -- Appendix U: Parallel Programming -- Interacting with the User Interface -- PLINQ -- BackgroundWorker -- TPL -- Tasks -- Threads -- Appendix V: XML -- Special Characters -- Writing XML Data -- Reading XML Data -- Related Technologies -- Appendix W: Serialization -- XML Serialization -- JSON Serialization -- Binary Serialization -- Appendix X: Reflection -- Type -- MemberInfo -- EventInfo -- MethodInfo -- FieldInfo -- PropertyInfo -- ParameterInfo -- Index -- Advertisement.
Summary: Stay ahead of the game with this comprehensive guide to the C# programming language Well-known C# expert Rod Stephens gives novice and experienced developers a comprehensive tutorial and reference to standard C#. This new title fully covers the latest C# language standard, C# 5.0, as well as its implementation in the 2013 release of Visual Studio. The author provides exercises and solutions; and his C# Helper website will provide readers and students with ongoing support. This resource is packed with tips, tricks, tutorials, examples, and exercises and is the perfect professional companion for programmers who want to stay ahead of the game. Author Rod Stephens is a well-known programming authority and has written more than 25 programming books covering C#, Java, VB, and other languages. His books have sold more than 150,000 copies in multiple editions. This book's useful exercises and solutions are designed to support training and higher education adoptions. Learn the full range of C# programming language features Quickly locate information for specific language features in the reference section Familiarize yourself with handling data types, variables, constants, and much more Experiment with editing and debugging code and using LINQ Beginning through intermediate-level programmers will benefit from the accessible style of C# 5.0 Programmer's Reference and will have access to its comprehensive range of more advanced topics. Additional support and complementary material are provided at the C# Helper website, www.csharphelper.com. Stay up-to-date and improve your programming skills with this invaluable resource.
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Intro -- Contents -- Introduction -- Who Should Read This Book -- Approach -- Which Edition of Visual Studio Should You Use? -- How This Book Is Organized -- How to Use This Book -- Necessary Equipment -- Conventions -- Source Code -- Errata -- p2p.wrox.com -- Important URLs -- Part I: The C# Ecosystem -- Chapter 1: The C# Environment -- Visual Studio -- The C# Compiler -- The CLR -- The .NET Framework -- Summary -- Exercises -- Chapter 2: Writing a First Program -- Types of Projects -- Console Applications -- Windows Forms Applications -- WPF Applications -- Windows Store Applications -- Summary -- Exercises -- Chapter 3: Program and Code File Structure -- Hidden Files -- Preprocessor Directives -- Code File Structure -- Comments -- Summary -- Exercises -- Part II: C# Language Elements -- Chapter 4: Data Types, Variables, and Constants -- Data Types -- Variable Declaration Syntax -- Initialization -- Literal Type Characters -- Data Type Conversion -- Scope -- Parameter Declarations -- Properties -- Enumerations -- Nullable Types -- Delegates -- Summary -- Exercises -- Chapter 5: Operators -- Arithmetic Operators -- Comparison Operators -- Logical Operators -- Bitwise Operators -- Conditional and Null-coalescing Operators -- Assignment Operators -- Operator Precedence -- The StringBuilder Class -- DateTime and TimeSpan Operations -- Operator Overloading -- Summary -- Exercises -- Chapter 6: Methods -- Method Declarations -- Extension Methods -- Lambda Expressions -- Variance -- Asynchronous Methods -- Summary -- Exercises -- Chapter 7: Program Control Statements -- Decision Statements -- Looping Statements -- Summary -- Exercises -- Chapter 8: LINQ -- Introduction to LINQ -- Basic LINQ Query Syntax -- Advanced LINQ Query Syntax -- Other LINQ Methods -- LINQ Extension Methods -- LINQ to Objects -- LINQ to XML -- LINQ to ADO.NET -- PLINQ -- Summary.

Exercises -- Chapter 9: Error Handling -- Bugs Versus Undesirable Conditions -- try catch Blocks -- Summary -- Exercises -- Chapter 10: Tracing and Debugging -- The Debug Menu -- The Debug ➪ Windows Submenu -- The Breakpoints Window -- The Immediate Window -- Trace Listeners -- Summary -- Exercises -- Part III: Object-Oriented Programming -- Chapter 11: OOP Concepts -- Classes -- Encapsulation -- Inheritance -- Polymorphism -- Summary -- Exercises -- Chapter 12: Classes and Structures -- Classes -- Structures -- Constructors -- Structure Instantiation Details -- Garbage Collection -- Events -- Static Methods -- Summary -- Exercises -- Chapter 13: Namespaces -- Collisions in .NET -- The using Directive -- The Default Namespace -- Making Namespaces -- Resolving Namespaces -- The global Namespace -- Summary -- Exercises -- Chapter 14: Collection Classes -- Arrays -- System.Collections -- Dictionaries -- CollectionsUtil -- Stacks and Queues -- Generic Collections -- Collection Initializers -- Iterators -- Summary -- Exercises -- Chapter 15: Generics -- Advantages of Generics -- Defining Generics -- Instantiating Generic Classes -- Generic Collection Classes -- Generic Methods -- Generics and Extension Methods -- Summary -- Exercises -- Part IV: Interacting with the Environment -- Chapter 16: Printing -- Windows Forms Printing -- WPF Printing -- Summary -- Exercises -- Chapter 17: Configuration and Resources -- Environment Variables -- Registry -- Configuration Files -- Resource Files -- Summary -- Exercises -- Chapter 18: Streams -- Stream -- FileStream -- MemoryStream -- BinaryReader and BinaryWriter -- TextReader and TextWriter -- StringReader and StringWriter -- StreamReader and StreamWriter -- Exists, OpenText, CreateText, and AppendText -- Custom Stream Classes -- Summary -- Exercises -- Chapter 19: File System Objects -- Filesystem Permissions.

.NET Framework Classes -- Using the Recycle Bin -- Summary -- Exercises -- Chapter 20: Networking -- Networking Classes -- Downloading Information -- Uploading Information -- Getting FTP Information -- Sending E‑mail -- Sending Text Messages -- Summary -- Exercises -- Part V: Advanced Topics -- Chapter 21: Regular Expressions -- Building Regular Expressions -- Using Regular Expressions -- Summary -- Exercises -- Chapter 22: Parallel Programming -- Interacting with the User Interface -- BackgroundWorker -- Tasks -- Threads -- Coordinating Tasks -- Thread-Safe Objects -- Summary -- Exercises -- Chapter 23: ADO.NET -- Selecting a Database -- Using Bound Controls -- Loading DataSets -- Using ADO.NET -- Summary -- Exercises -- Chapter 24: XML -- Basic XML Syntax -- Writing XML Data -- Reading XML Data -- Related Technologies -- Summary -- Exercises -- Chapter 25: Serialization -- XML Serialization -- JSON Serialization -- Binary Serialization -- Summary -- Exercises -- Chapter 26: Reflection -- Learning About Classes -- Getting and Setting Properties -- Getting Assembly Information -- Invoking Methods -- Running Scripts -- Summary -- Exercises -- Chapter 27: Cryptography -- Cryptographic Operations -- Randomness -- Symmetric Key Encryption -- Asymmetric Key Encryption -- Summary -- Exercises -- Part VI: Appendices -- Appendix A: Solutions to Exercises -- Chapter 1 -- Chapter 2 -- Chapter 3 -- Chapter 4 -- Chapter 5 -- Chapter 6 -- Chapter 7 -- Chapter 8 -- Chapter 9 -- Chapter 10 -- Chapter 11 -- Chapter 12 -- Chapter 13 -- Chapter 14 -- Chapter 15 -- Chapter 16 -- Chapter 17 -- Chapter 18 -- Chapter 19 -- Chapter 20 -- Chapter 21 -- Chapter 22 -- Chapter 23 -- Chapter 24 -- Chapter 25 -- Chapter 26 -- Chapter 27 -- Appendix B: Data Types -- Casting and Converting Values -- Parsing Values -- Appendix C: Variable Declarations -- Initialization Expressions.

Using -- Enumerated Type Declarations -- Appendix D: Constant Declarations -- Appendix E: Operators -- Arithmetic Operators -- Comparison Operators -- Logical Operators -- Bitwise Operators -- Assignment Operators -- Conditional and Null-coalescing Operators -- Operator Precedence -- DateTime and TimeSpan Operators -- Operator Overloading -- Appendix F: Method Declarations -- Methods -- Property Procedures -- Lambda Functions and Expressions -- Extension Methods -- Appendix G: Useful Attributes -- Useful XML Serialization Attributes -- Useful JSON Serialization Attributes -- Binary Serialization Attributes -- Other Useful Attributes -- Appendix H: Control Statements -- Decision Statements -- Looping Statements -- Appendix I: Error Handling -- Throwing Exceptions -- Appendix J: LINQ -- Basic LINQ Query Syntax -- LINQ Functions -- LINQ to XML -- LINQ to ADO.NET -- PLINQ -- Appendix K: Classes and Structures -- Classes -- Structures -- Constructors -- Destructors -- Events -- Appendix L: Collection Classes -- Arrays -- Collections -- Iterators -- Appendix M: Generic Declarations -- Generic Classes -- Generic Methods -- Appendix N: Printing and Graphics -- Windows Forms Printing -- WPF Printing -- Appendix O: Useful Exception Classes -- Standard Exception Classes -- Custom Exception Classes -- Appendix P: Date and Time Format Specifiers -- Standard Format Specifiers -- Custom Format Specifiers -- Appendix Q: Other Format Specifiers -- Standard Numeric Format Specifiers -- Custom Numeric Format Specifiers -- Numeric Formatting Sections -- Composite Formatting -- Enumerated Type Formatting -- Appendix R: Streams -- Stream Class Summary -- Stream -- BinaryReader and BinaryWriter -- TextReader and TextWriter -- StringReader and StringWriter -- StreamReader and StreamWriter -- Text File Stream Methods -- Appendix S: Filesystem Classes -- Framework Classes.

Special Folders -- Recycle Bin -- Appendix T: Regular Expressions -- Creating Regular Expressions -- Regular Expression Options -- Using Regular Expressions -- Appendix U: Parallel Programming -- Interacting with the User Interface -- PLINQ -- BackgroundWorker -- TPL -- Tasks -- Threads -- Appendix V: XML -- Special Characters -- Writing XML Data -- Reading XML Data -- Related Technologies -- Appendix W: Serialization -- XML Serialization -- JSON Serialization -- Binary Serialization -- Appendix X: Reflection -- Type -- MemberInfo -- EventInfo -- MethodInfo -- FieldInfo -- PropertyInfo -- ParameterInfo -- Index -- Advertisement.

Stay ahead of the game with this comprehensive guide to the C# programming language Well-known C# expert Rod Stephens gives novice and experienced developers a comprehensive tutorial and reference to standard C#. This new title fully covers the latest C# language standard, C# 5.0, as well as its implementation in the 2013 release of Visual Studio. The author provides exercises and solutions; and his C# Helper website will provide readers and students with ongoing support. This resource is packed with tips, tricks, tutorials, examples, and exercises and is the perfect professional companion for programmers who want to stay ahead of the game. Author Rod Stephens is a well-known programming authority and has written more than 25 programming books covering C#, Java, VB, and other languages. His books have sold more than 150,000 copies in multiple editions. This book's useful exercises and solutions are designed to support training and higher education adoptions. Learn the full range of C# programming language features Quickly locate information for specific language features in the reference section Familiarize yourself with handling data types, variables, constants, and much more Experiment with editing and debugging code and using LINQ Beginning through intermediate-level programmers will benefit from the accessible style of C# 5.0 Programmer's Reference and will have access to its comprehensive range of more advanced topics. Additional support and complementary material are provided at the C# Helper website, www.csharphelper.com. Stay up-to-date and improve your programming skills with this invaluable resource.

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