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C# 2.0 The Complete Reference






By Herbert Schildt
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Osborne Media
This comprehensive volume is fully updated for C# 2.0 -- the newest version of Microsoft's revolutionary programming language.The changes found in C# 2.0 bring Java-like power to millions of Windows programmers worldwide. With expertly crafted explanations, insider tips, and hundreds of examples, this book fully explains every aspect of C# 2.0. Written in the clear, uncompromising style that has made master programming author Herb Schildt the choice of millions, the book covers all the new and existing features of this major programming language.
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Part I - The C# Language

Chapter 1 The Creation of C#

Chapter 2 An Overview of C#

Chapter 3 Data Types, Literals, and Variables

Chapter 4 Operators

Chapter 5 Program Control Statements

Chapter 6 Introducing Classes and Objects

Chapter 7 Arrays and Strings

Chapter 8 A Closer Look at Methods and Classes

Chapter 9 Operator Overloading

Chapter 10 Indexers and Properties

Chapter 11 Inheritance

Chapter 12 Interfaces, Structures, and Enumerations

Chapter 13 Exception Handling

Chapter 14 Using I/O

Chapter 15 Delegates and Events

Chapter 16 Namespaces, the Preprocessor, and Assemblies

Chapter 17 Runtime Type ID, Reflection, and Attributes

Chapter 18 Generics

Chapter 19 Unsafe Code, Pointers, Nullable Types, and Miscellaneous Topics

Part II - Exploring the C# Library

Chapter 20 Exploring the System Namespace

Chapter 21 Strings and Formatting

Chapter 22 Multithreaded Programming

Chapter 23 Collections, Enumerators, and Iterators

Chapter 24 Networking Through the Internet

Part III - Applying

Chapter 25 Building Components

Chapter 26 Creating Form-Based Windows Applications

Chapter 27 A Recursive-Descent Expression Parser

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