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This book shows readers how to get the most out of C# using Object Orientation. The author takes a hands-on approach to learning C# and object orientation, using lots of worked examples. The text provides an ideal base from which to start programming. After introducing the C# language and object orientation, John Hunt goes on to explain: how to construct a user interface for a simple editor; how to obtain information on files and directories and how objects can be stored and restored using serialization...-Presents C# and object-orientation as a coherent whole, using one to strengthen the…mehr

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This book shows readers how to get the most out of C# using Object Orientation. The author takes a hands-on approach to learning C# and object orientation, using lots of worked examples. The text provides an ideal base from which to start programming. After introducing the C# language and object orientation, John Hunt goes on to explain: how to construct a user interface for a simple editor; how to obtain information on files and directories and how objects can be stored and restored using serialization...-Presents C# and object-orientation as a coherent whole, using one to strengthen the presentation of the other -Includes lots of complete and worked examples to clarify readers'understanding -The source code for the examples is available at: http://www.guide-to-csharp.net -Hunt is a successful Springer author, and this book is written in the same style as his Java for Practitioners
  • Produktdetails
  • Springer Professional Computing
  • Verlag: Springer / Springer, Berlin / Springer, London
  • Erscheinungstermin: 30. August 2002
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 251mm x 203mm x 32mm
  • Gewicht: 1124g
  • ISBN-13: 9781852335816
  • ISBN-10: 1852335815
  • Artikelnr.: 10653883
Autorenporträt
John Hunt, JayDee Technology Ltd., Bath, UK
Inhaltsangabe
Part 1: Introduction to Object Orientation; Introduction to ObjectOrientation; Elements of Object Orientation; Why Object Orientation;Constructing an Object Oriented System; Part 2: Introduction to the "C"Language.- Introduction to "C"; A Little "C"; "C" Classes; Structs andEnumerations; Interfaces; "C" Constructs; Characters and Strings; AnExample "C" Class; Part 3: "C" and Object Orientation.- Classes, Inheritanceand Abstraction; Encapsulation and Polymorphism; Nested Classes; Arrays in"C"; The Collection API; An Object Oriented Organizer; Part 4: Further "C".-Control and Iteration; Attributes and Versioning; Delegates; ExceptionHandling; Part 5: Graphical User Interfaces.- Graphical User Interfaces;Event Handling; The JDEdit Application; Part 6: "C" Development.- Streamsand Files; Serialization; Sockets in "C"; Data Access; Remoting in .NET;Concurrency; Using "C" and ASP.NET; Web based User Interfaces; XML and "C";"C" Style; "C" Roundup;The .NET Environment; Part 7: Object OrientedDesign.- Object Oriented Analysis and Design; The Unified ModelingLanguage; The Unified Process.