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Beginning Visual C# 2005 Express Edition: From Novice to by Heather Wright

By Heather Wright

* Written via Peter Wright, who taught 100,000 new programmers find out how to application in visible uncomplicated whilst Microsoft final introduced a brand new product so appropriate for new/hobbyist and aspirant programmers. an identical Peter Wright sort at the present time makes this publication the easiest show instructional on hand.

* Covers all of the key positive factors of exhibit C# in a pleasant, obtainable type, and opens up an entire diversity of interesting continuation items within the Apress roadmaps for while the hot programmers desires to proceed their trip.

* C# is the language of the long run and many aspirant programmers are going to decide on C# as their entry-point into programming. This publication serves that new group of programmers and offers a firstclass writer to steer them.

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Calling the ShowInfo() methods on our two Dog objects takes exactly the same form as calling ReadLine() on the Console class. You simply specify the name of the object followed by a period, followed by the name of the method to run. Inheritance and Polymorphism The real power of object-oriented programming starts to make itself known when you learn about subclassing and overloading. Chapters 4 and 5 are devoted to nothing but objects and object-orientated programming, but rather than make you wait, let’s whet your appetite.

Speaking of namespaces, I should probably mention what they are because the very next line of code creates one, using the namespace keyword. C# programs consist of chunks of code called classes (think of them as little black boxes that do things). Namespaces just provide a really handy way of adding some qualification to these things. Namespaces provide a way to group things, really. NET class library uses them to make it a lot easier to navigate the hundreds of classes and thousands of individual functions that it wraps up.

This could easily become very confusing, and was far too easy for someone to mess with and thus cause all sorts of problems for Visual Studio. NET 2005, this chaff seems to have been done away with. Instead, the form editor drops all the annoying code into a separate hidden source file that defines part of the form’s class, a partial class. You get to edit another source file, which contains a completely separated part of the class. You’ll get to take a look at partial classes and other uses for them in Chapter 5.

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