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Microsoft C� programming for the absolute beginner [electronic resource] / Andy Harris.

By: Harris, Andrew, 1964-.
Material type: TextTextSeries: For the absolute beginner (Series): Publisher: Indianapolis, IN : Premier Press, c2002Description: 1 online resource (xxvi, 480 p.) : ill.ISBN: 0585439532 (electronic bk.); 9780585439532 (electronic bk.); 1931841160; 9781931841160.Subject(s): C# (Computer program language) | Microsoft C | COMPUTERS -- Programming Languages -- C� | COMPUTERS -- Programming Languages -- Java | COMPUTERS -- Programming Languages -- Pascal | Electronic books | Andre fag (naturvidenskab og teknik) Andre fagGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Microsoft C� programming for the absolute beginner.DDC classification: 005.13/3 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Basic Input and Output: A Mini Adventure -- Project: The Mini Adventure -- Reviewing Basic C� Concepts -- Namespaces -- Classes -- Methods -- Statements -- The Console Object -- .NET Documentation -- Saying "Hello, World!" -- Getting into the Visual Studio .Net Environment -- Examining the Default Code -- Creating a Custom Namespace -- Adding Summary Comments -- Creating the Class -- Moving from Code to a Program -- Compiling Your Program -- Looking for Bugs -- Getting Input from the User -- Creating a String Variable -- Getting a Value with the Console. ReadLine() Method -- Incorporating a Variable in Output -- Combining String Values -- Combining Strings with Concatenation -- Adding a Tab Character -- Using the Newline Sequence -- Displaying a Backslash -- Displaying Quotation Marks -- Launching the Mini Adventure -- Planning the Story -- Creating the Variables -- Getting Values from the User -- Writing the Output -- Finishing the Program -- Branching and Operators: The Math Game -- The Math Game -- Using Numeric Variables -- The Simple Math Game -- Numeric Variable Types -- Integer Variables -- Long Integers -- Floating-Point Variables -- Data Type Problems -- Math Operators -- Converting Variables -- Explicit Casting -- The Convert Object -- Creating a Branch in Program Logic -- The Hi Bill Game -- Condition Testing -- The If Statement -- The Else Clause -- Multiple Conditions -- Working with The Switch Statement -- The Switch Demo Program -- Examining How Switch Statements Work -- Creating a Random Number.
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Includes index.

Basic Input and Output: A Mini Adventure -- Project: The Mini Adventure -- Reviewing Basic C� Concepts -- Namespaces -- Classes -- Methods -- Statements -- The Console Object -- .NET Documentation -- Saying "Hello, World!" -- Getting into the Visual Studio .Net Environment -- Examining the Default Code -- Creating a Custom Namespace -- Adding Summary Comments -- Creating the Class -- Moving from Code to a Program -- Compiling Your Program -- Looking for Bugs -- Getting Input from the User -- Creating a String Variable -- Getting a Value with the Console. ReadLine() Method -- Incorporating a Variable in Output -- Combining String Values -- Combining Strings with Concatenation -- Adding a Tab Character -- Using the Newline Sequence -- Displaying a Backslash -- Displaying Quotation Marks -- Launching the Mini Adventure -- Planning the Story -- Creating the Variables -- Getting Values from the User -- Writing the Output -- Finishing the Program -- Branching and Operators: The Math Game -- The Math Game -- Using Numeric Variables -- The Simple Math Game -- Numeric Variable Types -- Integer Variables -- Long Integers -- Floating-Point Variables -- Data Type Problems -- Math Operators -- Converting Variables -- Explicit Casting -- The Convert Object -- Creating a Branch in Program Logic -- The Hi Bill Game -- Condition Testing -- The If Statement -- The Else Clause -- Multiple Conditions -- Working with The Switch Statement -- The Switch Demo Program -- Examining How Switch Statements Work -- Creating a Random Number.

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