C is the native language for Microsofts. NET platform. In this book, Andrew Troelsen shows you how to use C for developing virtually every possible kind of. NET application.
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C and the. NET Platform. Andrew Troelsen. C is the key language for Microsoft's next generation of Windows services, the. NET platform. This new programming language is fast and modern and was designed to increase programmer productivity.
C enables programmers quickly to build a wide range of applications for the new Microsoft. NET platform enables developers to build C components to become Web services available across the entire Internet.
Relentlessly practical and complete, this book starts with a brief overview of the C language, but then directly moves to applying C for essentially every possible kind of.
NET application. From Windows- based to Web-based applications, it's all here. There are comprehensive discussions of such important issues as the. The Role of Metadata. Understanding the Common Language Specification.
Referencing External Assemblies. Building a Tool Bar. Interacting with the Event Viewer. Understanding Paint Sessions. Manipulating Fonts. C Language Fundamentals. Constructor Basics. Introducing C String Formatting. Default Assignments and Variable Scope. C Control Flow Constructs. Static Methods and Instance Methods. Array Manipulation in C. String Manipulation in C. Defining Structures in C. ObjectOriented Programming with C. Creating ReadOnly Fields. The protected Keyword.
Nested Type Definitions. Casting Between Class Types. Understanding Object Lifetime. Interfaces and Collections. Building Comparable Objects IComparable. Advanced C Class Construction Techniques. Understanding and Using Delegates. Understanding and Using Events. XMLBased Documentation. Assemblies Threads and AppDomains.
Building a Single File Test Assembly. CrossLanguage Inheritance. Exploring the CarLibrarys Types. Understanding Shared Assemblies. Using a Shared Assembly. Building SharedAssembly Version 2 0. Understanding System AppDomain. Type Reflection and AttributeBased Programming. Investigating the System Reflection Namespace.
Understanding Dynamic Invocation Late Binding. Understanding Attributed Programming. The Anatomy of a Form. Responding to Keyboard Events.
The ScrollableControl Class. Building Your Menu System. Rendering Images. Working with Resourcewriters. Programming with Windows Form Controls. Adding Controls to Forms the Easy Way. ListBoxes and ComboBoxes. The TrackBar Control. More on the DateTime Type. Assigning ToolTips to Controls. Configuring a Controls Docking Behavior. Form Inheritance.
Input Output and Object Serialization. Enumerating Files with the Directory Info Type. The Abstract Stream Class. Working with StringWriters. Serialization Using a Binary Formatter. Interacting with Unmanaged Code.
Examining a Visual Basic 6 0 Test Client. The Complete C Client. Examining the Component Services Explorer. Understanding the DataView Type. Building a Simple Test Database. Autogenerated SQL Commands. The Role of ClientSide Scripting. Building a Classic Active Server Page. Categories of WebForm Controls. Building and Understanding Web Services. Building a Simple Web Service. Web Service Wire Protocols. Building Serializable Types Further Details. NET platform Andrew W.
His book Pro C and the. NET 2. NET in Visual Basic. NET and the. Troelsen has a degree in mathematical linguistics and South Asian studies from the University of Minnesota, and is a frequent speaker at numerous. NET-related conferences. He currently lives in Minneapolis with his wife, Amanda, and spends his free time investigating.
You can check out his blog at AndrewTroelsen. System 0bject. Pillars of 00P. Naming Threads. C lock Keyword. Control Events.
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C# and the .NET Platform
Librairie Eyrolles - Paris 5e Indisponible. C and the. NET Platform, Second Edition starts with a brief overview of the C language and then quickly moves to key technical and architectural issues for. NET developers. Not only is there extensive coverage of the. NET Framework, but Andrew Troelsen also shows programmers what they need to know about such necessary, but subtle, areas as the proper use of threads and how to leverage the new. NET remoting protocol.
C# and the .NET platform
Appeals to both C programmers wanting to learn OO, and learner programmers in academic courses learning C through the principles of OO. This comes on top of award winning coverage of core C features, both old and new, that have made the previous editions of this book so popular you'll find everything from generics to pLINQ covered here. The mission of this text is to provide you with a rock-solid foundation in the C programming language and the core aspects of the. NET universe on your own terms.