Programming C# (en anglais)

Programming C# (en anglais)

Jesse Liberty / Nov 18, 2019

Programming C en anglais

  • Title: Programming C# (en anglais)
  • Author: Jesse Liberty
  • ISBN: 0596004893
  • Page: 112
  • Format: broch
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    1. When I made a decision to purchase this book based on the first couple of reviews @ amazon. I bought this book two weeks ago and so far I am reading chapter 14.The book is not clear and sometimes confused in describing C#. I myself got confused a couple of times. Here are a couple of examples, in page 195, "IComparer and IComparable " section, where does "IComparable" comparable come from? I had to look up from MSDN to find out it from System.IComparable. Another example, is "string" a built-in [...]

    2. If you already have a good understanding of C++ and want to learn the C# language and some basics of the framework, this is _THE_ book to get. It gets right down to the details of the C# language without endless rambling and obscure code. The examples are well suited to the topic at hand and are small and to the point. I would recommend this book to anyone who has programming experience, especially C++ developers.

    3. I must say that I'm impressed with this book. I have read so far approx. 200 pages and Jesse explains the concepts with such clarity that even people with no OO programming experience will be able to understand the basics. Don't get me wrong. This is not a beginners book, but it does not use complicated terms to explain simple concepts. In some other programming books you would have to read the same line 4 times before you get the idea. That does not happen in this book.

    4. I just bought the second edition and I'm sure that this edition must be better, but I don't know how. Coming from VB programming and wanting to learn C# because it pays better, I found this book to be exactly what I needed. I now feel comfortable doing C# after about 3 weeks. I know that anything I am able to do in VB that I can also do now in C#. Just a great training guide.

    5. This is a very decent introduction to C# and the environment. The book offers a reasonable introduction to the basics of the C# language: types, conditionals, loops. It also discusses OO basics in the context of classes, inheritance, and polymorphism. The book then goes on to introduce Windows Forms, ASP, and ADO. Finally, there are discussions of assemblies and deployment, interoperability with COM, reflection, threads, streams, Web Services and other goodies.Considering the breadth of the mat [...]

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