A Programmer's Guide to .NET by Alexei Fedorov

By Alexei Fedorov

The recent Microsoft platform, Microsoft.NET offers numerous possibilities for various companies and structures to engage, permitting programmers to strengthen strong strategies for the net. when you are a programmer or developer eager to take complete good thing about Microsoft.NET, this booklet, which gives crucial details for the total of the .NET platform, is for you. A Programmer's advisor to .NET may help you to achieve an in-depth figuring out of the .NET framework, its structure, major elements and supported applied sciences. Alexei Federov describes how the most elements of the platform - home windows types, net kinds, ADO.NET, net prone and the typical Language Runtime - can interact, allowing you to create high-performance functions extra simply and efficiently.A Programmer's consultant to .NET:Explains the entire major components of the Microsoft.NET framework - not only one expertise includes sensible examples displaying how one can use .NET to create a number of purposes - from console functions to XML net companies comprises code examples written in VB.NET which can even be imported into different .NET languages offers a entire record of net assets within the appendix.

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Here we will find various collections of objects, such as lists, queues, hash tables, and dictionaries. Also, this namespace contains several interfaces used to define some basic functionality for collections. 13. 13. Collections namespace 56 57 We will start with a brief overview of the interfaces, then we will discuss various collections. As we remember, interfaces are used to define some functionality without its realization classes that implement interfaces are required to implement methods, declared in interfaces.

Also, this namespace contains several interfaces used to define some basic functionality for collections. 13. 13. Collections namespace 56 57 We will start with a brief overview of the interfaces, then we will discuss various collections. As we remember, interfaces are used to define some functionality without its realization classes that implement interfaces are required to implement methods, declared in interfaces. IEnumerable interface The IEnumerable interface exposes the enumerator, which supports a simple iteration over a collection.

Such arrays only support the modification of existing elements. Arrays may be read only. To find this out, we should check the value of the IsReadOnly property. • IndexOf(Array, Object) and LastIndexOf(Array, Object) methods Can be used to find the index of the first and last occurrence of a value in a one-dimensional array. • Clear(Array, Integer, Integer) method Sets a range of elements in the array to zero (for value-type elements) or to a null reference (for reference-type elements). • Initialize() method Calls the default constructor for each value-type element in the array, thus initializing its contents.

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