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This page intentionally left blank Contents Special Thanks. The Internet and Java Emerge. The Creation of C. The Evolution of C. How C Relates to the. NET Framework. What Is the. NET Framework? How the Common Language Runtime Works. Managed vs. Unmanaged Code. Object-Oriented Programming.
A First Simple Program. Using csc. Handling Syntax Errors. A Small Variation. A Second Simple Program. Another Data Type. Two Control Statements. The if Statement. The for Loop. Using Code Blocks. Semicolons, Positioning, and Indentation. The C Keywords. Why Data Types Are Important. Floating-Point Types.
The decimal Type. The bool Type. Some Output Options. Hexadecimal Literals. Character Escape Sequences. String Literals. A Closer Look at Variables. Initializing a Variable. Dynamic Initialization. Implicitly Typed Variables. The Scope and Lifetime of Variables. Type Conversion and Casting. Automatic Conversions. Casting Incompatible Types. Type Conversion in Expressions. Using Casts in Expressions.
Arithmetic Operators. Increment and Decrement. Relational and Logical Operators. Short-Circuit Logical Operators. The Assignment Operator. Compound Assignments. The Bitwise Operators. The Shift Operators. Bitwise Compound Assignments. Spacing and Parentheses. Operator Precedence. Nested ifs. The if-else-if Ladder. The switch Statement. Nested switch Statements. Some Variations on the for Loop. The do-while Loop. The foreach Loop. Using break to Exit a Loop. Using continue.
The goto. Class Fundamentals. The General Form of a Class. How Objects Are Created. Reference Variables and Assignment. Add a Method to the Building Class. Return from a Method. Return a Value. Use Parameters. Add a Parameterized Method to Building. Avoiding Unreachable Code. Parameterized Constructors. Add a Constructor to the Building Class. The new Operator Revisited. Using new with Value Types. Garbage Collection and Destructors. The this Keyword.
One-Dimensional Arrays. Multidimensional Arrays. Two-Dimensional Arrays. Arrays of Three or More Dimensions. Initializing Multidimensional Arrays. Jagged Arrays. Assigning Array References. Using the Length Property. Using Length with Jagged Arrays. Implicitly Typed Arrays. Constructing Strings. Operating on Strings. Arrays of Strings. Strings Can Be Used in switch Statements.
Controlling Access to Class Members. Applying Public and Private Access. Controlling Access: A Case Study. Pass References to Methods. How Arguments Are Passed.
Use ref and out Parameters.
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