Stephens' C# Programming With Visual Studio 2010 24-hour TrainerOnline Periodical or Article - 2010
Visual C# has become a leading programming language, resulting in greater career opportunities for Visual C# programmers. This Wrox guide literally shows novice programmers how to program in C# with Microsoft Visual Studio, using both written and visual instruction.
Easy-to-follow lessons reinforced with step-by-step instructions, screencasts, and supplemental exercises make it easy to master Visual C# programming regardless of your learning style. Each lesson begins with a discussion of a concept or technique and proceeds through step-by-step directions for using the technique Visual C# has surpassed Visual Basic as the most popular programming language
Coverage Includes:Getting Started with the Visual Studio IDE Creating Controls Making Controls Arrange Themselves Handling Events Making Menus Making Tool Strips and Status Strips Using RichTextBoxes Using Standard Dialogs Creating and Displaying New Forms Building Custom Dialogs Using Variables and Performing Calculations Debugging Code Understanding Scope Working with Strings Working with Dates and Times Using Arrays and Collections Using Enumerations and Structures Making Choices Repeating Program Steps Handling Errors Preventing Bugs Defining Classes Initializing Objects Fine-Tuning Classes Overloading Operators Using Interfaces Making Generic Classes Reading and Writing Files Using File System Classes Printing Using the Clipboard Providing Drag and Drop Localizing Programs Programming Databases LINQ to Objects LINQ to SQL Drawing with GDI+ Making WPF Applications Printing with WPF
Note: As part of the print version of this title, video lessons are included on DVD. For e-book versions, video lessons can be accessed at wrox.com using a link provided in the interior of the e-book.