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.NET for Java Developers: Migrating to C#

By Jawahar Puvvala, Alok Pota

Publisher : Addison Wesley
Pub Date : July 25, 2003
ISBN : 0-672-32402-4
Pages : 720

.NET for Java Developers is the definitive guide to leveraging your Java programming experience in the .NET environment. Understanding the similarities and differences between the C# and Java APIs enables Java programmers to quickly begin rapid application Windows development using C#. The numerous code examples, which have been tested using Visual Studio(R) .NET 2003 and Java 1.4, show readers how to create feature-rich .NET applications by translating Java coding practices into C#.

The authors begin by detailing the .NET Framework and then immediately introduce readers to coding and the Visual Studio(R) .NET IDE. They compare the features of C# and Java, and provide a systematic analysis of how the two languages relate to each other. Readers cover the essentials of C# programming, from object creation to event programming, before moving into advanced areas, such as database access, XML processing, GUI programming, and reflection.

Key topics that explain how to do smart C# programming rather than emulating Java code in C#:

Database access

Inheritance and polymorphism

Thread programming

Garbage collection and memory management

C# application deployment


Processing XML

.NET for Java Developers provides Java developers, programmers, and architects with experience-based advice for a successful transition into the .NET environment.

How This Book Is Different
Who Should Read This Book?
Overview of Chapters
The Code Style Used in This Book
From the Authors to You
About the Authors
About the Technical Reviewers

Part I. C# Essentials
Chapter 1. The .NET Framework
Section 1.1. What Is .NET?
Section 1.2. .NET Framework Terminology and Core Concepts
Section 1.3. CLR and the JVM
Section 1.4. Memory Management
Section 1.5. Security Management
Section 1.6. Exception Management
Section 1.7. Overview of the .NET Framework Class Library
Section 1.8. Summary

Chapter 2. Starting with C#
Section 2.1. The .NET SDK
Section 2.2. Writing Your First C# Program
Section 2.3. C# Performance
Section 2.4. C# Tools
Section 2.5. Summary

Chapter 3. C# and Java: What Is the Difference?
Section 3.1. Programming Platforms (.NET and Java)
Section 3.2. Runtime Architecture
Section 3.3. The OOP Model
Section 3.4. Language Constructs, Syntax, and the API
Section 3.5. Summary

Chapter 4. Writing Objects
Section 4.1. Object Creation
Section 4.2. Classes
Section 4.3. Constructors
Section 4.4. Methods
Section 4.5. Fields
Section 4.6. Properties
Section 4.7. Variable Scoping
Section 4.8. Object Destruction
Section 4.9. Summary

Chapter 5. Understanding Inheritance and Polymorphism
Section 5.1. Inheritance
Section 5.2. Polymorphism and Virtual Methods
Section 5.3. Exploring C# Polymorphism
Section 5.4. Methods and Inheritance
Section 5.5. Casting
Section 5.6. Composition versus Inheritance
Section 5.7. Summary

Chapter 6. Implementing Interfaces
Section 6.1. Basic Interfaces
Section 6.2. Multiple Interfaces and Explicit Interface Declaration
Section 6.3. Inheritance in Interfaces
Section 6.4. The as Operator
Section 6.5. Summary

Chapter 7. Data Types
Section 7.1. The Java Value Type
Section 7.2. The Java Reference Type
Section 7.3. The C# Value Type
Section 7.4. The Built-in Value Types
Section 7.5. The C# Reference Types
Section 7.6. Boxing and Unboxing
Section 7.7. Unsafe Code
Section 7.8. Summary

Chapter 8. Operators
Section 8.1. Arithmetic Operators
Section 8.2. Logical Operators
Section 8.3. Bitwise Operators
Section 8.4. String Concatenation Operators
Section 8.5. The Increment and Decrement Operators
Section 8.6. Shift Operators
Section 8.7. Relational Operators
Section 8.8. Assignment Operators
Section 8.9. The Member Access (Dot) Operator
Section 8.10. The Casting Operator
Section 8.11. The Indexing Operator
Section 8.12. The Conditional Operator
Section 8.13. Object Creation Operator
Section 8.14. Type Information Operators
Section 8.15. Overflow Exception Control
Section 8.16. Pointer Type Operators
Section 8.17. Operator Precedence
Section 8.18. Operator Overloading
Section 8.19. Summary

Chapter 9. Essential Control Flow
Section 9.1. The if Statement
Section 9.2. The while Loop
Section 9.3. The do while Loop
Section 9.4. The for Loop
Section 9.5. The switch Statement
Section 9.6. The foreach Statement
Section 9.7. Jump Statements
Section 9.8. Summary

Chapter 10. Programming with Exceptions
Section 10.1. Fundamentals of the try-catch-finally Construct
Section 10.2. Custom Exceptions
Section 10.3. Inheritance and Exceptions
Section 10.4. CLR Exceptions
Section 10.5. Design Considerations
Section 10.6. Summary

Chapter 11. Working with Arrays
Section 11.1. Java versus C# Arrays
Section 11.2. One-Dimensional Arrays
Section 11.3. Multidimensional Arrays
Section 11.4. Jagged Arrays
Section 11.5. Copying Arrays
Section 11.6. Arrays as Collections
Section 11.7. Summary

Chapter 12. Processing Strings
Section 12.1. The System.String Class
Section 12.2. Initializing Strings
Section 12.3. The + Operator and Strings
Section 12.4. Regular Expressions
Section 12.5. Summary

Chapter 13. Formatting Numbers, Strings, and Dates
Section 13.1. Formatting
Section 13.2. Number Formatting
Section 13.3. Date and Time Formatting
Section 13.4. Formatting Custom Objects
Section 13.5. Parsing
Section 13.6. Summary

Chapter 14. Using Collections
Section 14.1. The System.Collections Interfaces
Section 14.2. The System.Collections Classes
Section 14.3. Using the System.Collections Classes
Section 14.4. Type-Safe Collections
Section 14.5. Custom Collections
Section 14.6. Summary

Chapter 15. Working with the C# I/O API
Section 15.1. Streams
Section 15.2. The FileStream Class
Section 15.3. The BufferedStream Class
Section 15.4. The MemoryStream Class
Section 15.5. The NetworkStream Class
Section 15.6. Readers and Writers
Section 15.7. Files and Directories
Section 15.8. Serialization
Section 15.9. Summary

Chapter 16. Thread Programming
Section 16.1. The System.Threading Namespace
Section 16.2. Creating Threads Using the System.Threading.Thread Class
Section 16.3. Stopping a Thread Safely in C#
Section 16.4. Thread Synchronization
Section 16.5. Interlocked Operations
Section 16.6. Summary

Chapter 17. Using C# Properties, Indexers, and Attributes
Section 17.1. Properties
Section 17.2. Indexers
Section 17.3. Attributes
Section 17.4. Summary

Chapter 18. Delegates and Event Programming
Section 18.1. Using Delegates
Section 18.2. Multicasting
Section 18.3. Event Programming
Section 18.4. Summary

Part II. Advanced C# Topics
Chapter 19. Accessing Databases
Section 19.1. Inside ADO.NET
Section 19.2. JDBC 2.0+
Section 19.3. Getting Started with ADO.NET
Section 19.4. DataSets
Section 19.5. Summary

Chapter 20. Processing XML
Section 20.1. XML Support in Java
Section 20.2. XML and .NET
Section 20.3. Reading and Writing XML
Section 20.4. Using the DOM API in .NET
Section 20.5. Summary

Chapter 21. GUI Programming in C#
Section 21.1. Choosing a GUI Library: Java or .NET?
Section 21.2. Using the IDE to Develop a Small Application
Section 21.3. Windows Forms, Component Controls, and Their Associated .NET Classes
Section 21.4. Putting It All Together
Section 21.5. Anchoring and Docking
Section 21.6. Drawing with .NET GUI Classes
Section 21.7. Summary

Chapter 22. Reflection
Section 22.1. The Core Reflection Classes
Section 22.2. Browsing and Querying Members
Section 22.3. Invoking Methods and Setting Fields and Properties
Section 22.4. Generating Dynamic IL Using Reflection Emit
Section 22.5. Summary

Chapter 23. Assemblies, Application Configuration, and Process Management
Section 23.1. The .NET Assembly
Section 23.2. Creating an Assembly
Section 23.3. Programmatic Access to Assemblies
Section 23.4. Versioning
Section 23.5. Application Configuration
Section 23.6. Process Management
Section 23.7. Summary

Appendix Java and C# API Comparison
Section A.1. The java.lang Package
Section A.2. The java.util Package
Section A.3. The Package
Section A.4. The java.sql Package
Section A.5. The java.text Package
Section A.6. The org.w3c.dom Package
Section A.7. The javax.swing Package
Section A.8. The java.awt Package


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