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Core C# and .NET
By Stephen C. Perry
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Pub Date: September 06, 2005
ISBN: 0-13-147227-5
Pages: 1008

Table of Contents  | Index

   About the Author
   Part I.  Fundamentals of C# Programming and Introduction to .NET
        Chapter 1.  Introduction to .NET and C#
      Section 1.1.  Overview of the .NET Framework
      Section 1.2.  Common Language Runtime
      Section 1.3.  Framework Class Library
      Section 1.4.  Working with the .NET Framework and SDK
      Section 1.5.  Understanding the C# Compiler
      Section 1.6.  Summary
      Section 1.7.  Test Your Understanding
        Chapter 2.  C# Language Fundamentals
      Section 2.1.  The Layout of a C# Program
      Section 2.2.  Primitives
      Section 2.3.  Operators: Arithmetic, Logical, and Conditional
      Section 2.4.  Loops
      Section 2.5.  C# Preprocessing Directives
      Section 2.6.  Strings
      Section 2.7.  Enumerated Types
      Section 2.8.  Arrays
      Section 2.9.  Reference and Value Types
      Section 2.10.  Summary
      Section 2.11.  Test Your Understanding
        Chapter 3.  Class Design in C#
      Section 3.1.  Introduction to a C# Class
      Section 3.2.  Defining a Class
      Section 3.3.  Overview of Class Members
      Section 3.4.  Constants, Fields, and Properties
      Section 3.5.  Methods
      Section 3.6.  Constructors
      Section 3.7.  Delegates and Events
      Section 3.8.  Operator Overloading
      Section 3.9.  Interfaces
      Section 3.10.  Generics
      Section 3.11.  Structures
      Section 3.12.  Structure Versus Class
      Section 3.13.  Summary
      Section 3.14.  Test Your Understanding
        Chapter 4.  Working with Objects in C#
      Section 4.1.  Object Creation
      Section 4.2.  Exception Handling
      Section 4.3.  Implementing System.Object Methods in a Custom Class
      Section 4.4.  Working with .NET Collection Classes and Interfaces
      Section 4.5.  Object Serialization
      Section 4.6.  Object Life Cycle Management
      Section 4.7.  Summary
      Section 4.8.  Test Your Understanding
   Part II.  Creating Applications Using the .NET Framework Class Library
        Chapter 5.  C# Text Manipulation and File I/O
      Section 5.1.  Characters and Unicode
      Section 5.2.  The String Class
      Section 5.3.  Comparing Strings
      Section 5.4.  Searching, Modifying, and Encoding a String's Content
      Section 5.5.  StringBuilder
      Section 5.6.  Formatting Numeric and DateTime Values
      Section 5.7.  Regular Expressions
      Section 5.8.  System.IO: Classes to Read and Write Streams of Data
      Section 5.9.  System.IO: Directories and Files
      Section 5.10.  Summary
      Section 5.11.  Test Your Understanding
        Chapter 6.  Building Windows Forms Applications
      Section 6.1.  Programming a Windows Form
      Section 6.2.  Windows.Forms Control Classes
      Section 6.3.  The Form Class
      Section 6.4.  Working with Menus
      Section 6.5.  Adding Help to a Form
      Section 6.6.  Forms Inheritance
      Section 6.7.  Summary
      Section 6.8.  Test Your Understanding
        Chapter 7.  Windows Forms Controls
      Section 7.1.  A Survey of .NET Windows Forms Controls
      Section 7.2.  Button Classes, Group Box, Panel, and Label
      Section 7.3.  PictureBox and TextBox Controls
      Section 7.4.  ListBox, CheckedListBox, and ComboBox Classes
      Section 7.5.  The ListView and TreeView Classes
      Section 7.6.  The ProgressBar, Timer, and StatusStrip Classes
      Section 7.7.  Building Custom Controls
      Section 7.8.  Using Drag and Drop with Controls
      Section 7.9.  Using Resources
      Section 7.10.  Summary
      Section 7.11.  Test Your Understanding
        Chapter 8.  .NET Graphics Using GDI+
      Section 8.1.  GDI+ Overview
      Section 8.2.  Using the Graphics Object
      Section 8.3.  Images
      Section 8.4.  Summary
      Section 8.4.  Test Your Understanding
        Chapter 9.  Fonts, Text, and Printing
      Section 9.1.  Fonts
      Section 9.2.  Drawing Text Strings
      Section 9.3.  Printing
      Section 9.4.  Summary
      Section 9.5.  Test Your Understanding
        Chapter 10.  Working with XML in .NET
      Section 10.1.  Working with XML
      Section 10.2.  Techniques for Reading XML Data
      Section 10.3.  Techniques for Writing XML Data
      Section 10.4.  Using XPath to Search XML
      Section 10.5.  Summary
      Section 10.6.  Test Your Understanding
        Chapter 11.  ADO.NET
      Section 11.1.  Overview of the ADO.NET Architecture
      Section 11.2.  Data Access Models: Connected and Disconnected
      Section 11.3.  ADO.NET Connected Model
      Section 11.4.  DataSets, DataTables, and the Disconnected Model
      Section 11.5.  XML and ADO.NET
      Section 11.6.  Summary
      Section 11.7.  Test Your Understanding
        Chapter 12.  Data Binding with Windows Forms Controls
      Section 12.1.  Overview of Data Binding
      Section 12.2.  Using Simple and Complex Data Binding in an Application
      Section 12.3.  The DataGridView Class
      Section 12.4.  Summary
      Section 12.4.  Test Your Understanding
   Part III.  Advanced Use of C# and the .NET Framework
        Chapter 13.  Asynchronous Programming and Multithreading
      Section 13.1.  What Is a Thread?
      Section 13.2.  Asynchronous Programming
      Section 13.3.  Working Directly with Threads
      Section 13.4.  Thread Synchronization
      Section 13.5.  Summary
      Section 13.5.  Test Your Understanding
        Chapter 14.  Creating Distributed Applications with Remoting
      Section 14.1.  Application Domains
      Section 14.2.  Remoting
      Section 14.3.  Leasing and Sponsorship
      Section 14.4.  Summary
      Section 14.5.  Test Your Understanding
        Chapter 15.  Code Refinement, Security, and Deployment
      Section 15.1.  Following .NET Code Design Guidelines
      Section 15.2.  Strongly Named Assemblies
      Section 15.3.  Security
      Section 15.4.  Application Deployment Considerations
      Section 15.5.  Summary
      Section 15.6.  Test Your Understanding
   Part Programming for the Internet
        Chapter 16.  ASP.NET Web Forms and Controls
      Section 16.1.  Client-Server Interaction over the Internet
      Section 16.2.  Web Forms Controls
      Section 16.3.  Data Binding and Data Source Controls
      Section 16.4.  Validation Controls
      Section 16.5.  Master and Content Pages
      Section 16.6.  Building and Using Custom Web Controls
      Section 16.7.  Selecting a Web Control to Display Data
      Section 16.8.  Summary
      Section 16.9.  Test Your Understanding
        Chapter 17.  The Asp.Net Application Environment
      Section 17.1.  HTTP Request and Response Classes
      Section 17.2.  ASP.NET and Configuration Files
      Section 17.3.  ASP.NET Application Security
      Section 17.4.  Maintaining State
      Section 17.5.  Caching
      Section 17.6.  Creating a Web Client with WebRequest and WebResponse
      Section 17.7.  HTTP Pipeline
      Section 17.8.  Summary
      Section 17.9.  Test Your Understanding
        Chapter 18.  XML Web Services
      Section 18.1.  Introduction to Web Services
      Section 18.2.  Building an XML Web Service
      Section 18.3.  Building an XML Web Service Client
      Section 18.4.  Understanding WSDL and SOAP
      Section 18.5.  Using Web Services with Complex Data Types
      Section 18.6.  Web Services Performance
      Section 18.7.  Summary
      Section 18.8.  Test Your Understanding
      Appendix A.  Features Specific to .NET 2.0 and C# 2.0
      Appendix B.  DataGridView Events and Delegates
      Answers to Chapter Exercises
      Chapter 1
      Chapter 2
      Chapter 3
      Chapter 4
      Chapter 5
      Chapter 6
      Chapter 7
      Chapter 8
      Chapter 9
      Chapter 10
      Chapter 11
      Chapter 12
      Chapter 13
      Chapter 14
      Chapter 15
      Chapter 16
      Chapter 17
      Chapter 18
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Core C# and  .NET
Core C# and .NET
ISBN: 131472275
Year: 2005
Pages: 219 © 2008-2017.
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