Beginning Visual C# by Karli Watson

By Karli Watson

Starting visible C# is perfect for newcomers with little heritage in programming, or really green programmers who are looking to circulation from a language that does not help object-oriented programming ideas. The booklet strikes at a quick sufficient velocity that in case you have programmed in one other language, then you definately will nonetheless locate the publication valuable.You should have entry to both visible Studio .NET or visible C# .NET typical variation.

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C# contains a number of operators for this purpose, including the = assignment operator we've used already. By combining operators with variables and literal values (together referred to as operands when used with operators) we can create expressions, which are the basic building blocks of computation. The operators available range from the simple to highly complex ones, some of which you might never encounter outside of mathematical applications. The simple ones include all the basic mathematical operations, such as the + operator to add two operands, and the complex ones include manipulations of variable content via the binary representation of this content.

The reasoning behind this type system is that different types of data may require different methods of manipulation, and by restricting variables into individual types we can avoid getting mixed up. It wouldn't, for example, make much sense to treat the series of zeros and ones that make up a digital picture as an audio file. In order to use variables, we have to declare them. This means that we have to assign them a name and a type. Once we have declared variables we can use them as storage units for the type of data that we declared them to hold.

We'll look at this in detail in Chapter 18. A very important point to note about C# code is that it is case-sensitive. Unlike some other languages, we must enter code using exactly the right case, as simply using an upper case letter instead of a lower case one will prevent a project compiling. Basic C# Console Application Structure Let's take another look at the console application example from the using System; namespace ConsoleApplication1 { ///

/// Summary description for Class1. ///

class Class1 { ///

/// The main entry point for the application.

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