Unlocking Microsoft C# V2.0 Programming SecretseBook - 2006
Level: Introductory to Advanced. This text is a handbook of instructions written for the programmer or analyst that shows how to insert common algorithmic functions in C# into one's source code. The code is listed on a companion CD for easy transfer to one's current C# program. The first 12 chapters discuss specifics of the Visual C# compiler: the integrated developer environment (IDE); moving projects from one location to another; passing information between windows; Visual C# code placement; classes, constructors, overloading, and helps; data types and declarations; conversions between data types; string manipulation and on-line data storage; branching and looping; and arithmetic. The next 17 chapters explain specific algorithms, such as the message box; displaying data (lists) on a window; plotting data on a window; printing text; creating, reading, and writing files; menus (main and pop-up); standard controls; logical statements, enabling and disabling controls, focus; timers and clocks; IDE Visual C# prebuilt code (common dialogs); creating a top-level program for groups of executables; creating a project icon; creating an install program for groups of executables; methods (subroutines); computer game-making and animation; the picture box; and lost controls/graphics. These algorithms are supported by sample code extracted from a special suite of programs named Keeping Track, which was written specifically to showcase the Visual C# language. Keeping Track is a collection of eight computer programs (approximately 8,000 lines of code) that keep track of a client's stocks or bonds. The companion CD contains both executables and source code for all programs.
Publisher: Plano, Tex. : Wordware Pub., c2006 (Norwood, Mass. : Books24x7.com [generator])