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The main finished C# source AvailableWith its help for Language-Integrated question (LINQ), C# 3.0 has revolutionized C# programming, and bestselling writer Herb Schildt has up-to-date and increased his vintage programming connection with hide it. utilizing conscientiously crafted motives, insider advice, and 1000's of examples, this booklet provides in-depth insurance of all features of C#, together with its key terms, syntax, and center libraries. after all, information at the new C# 3.0 positive factors, similar to LINQ, lambda expressions, implicitly typed variables, and nameless varieties are included.Essential for each C# programmer, this complete advisor is written within the transparent, crisp, uncompromising type that has made Herb the alternative of hundreds of thousands around the globe. no matter if you're a beginner programmer or a pro professional, the solutions to your whole C# questions are available during this definitive resource.Coverage includes:Data varieties and operatorsControl statements sessions and objectsConstructors, destructors, and methodsInterfaces, arrays, enumerations, and structuresMethod and operator overloadingInheritance and digital methodsReflection and runtime sort IDException dealing with Delegates, homes, occasions, and indexersAttributes MultithreadingGenericsLINQ (Language-Integrated Query)Lambda expressionsAnonymous typesExtension methodsImplicitly typed variablesI/O, networking, and collectionsThe preprocessor and lots more and plenty, even more

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Cs. Of course, in real applications, comments generally explain how some part of the program works or what a specific feature does. C# supports three styles of comments. The one shown at the top of the program is called a multiline comment. This type of comment must begin with /* and end with */. Anything between these two comment symbols is ignored by the compiler. As the name suggests, a multiline comment can be several lines long. The next line in the program is using System; This line indicates that the program is using the System namespace.

The exception to this rule are blocks, which begin with a { and end with a }. This is why those lines in the program don’t end with a semicolon. Blocks provide a mechanism for grouping statements and are discussed later in this chapter. The first } in the program ends Main( ), and the last } ends the Example class definition. One last point: C# is case-sensitive. Forgetting this can cause serious problems. For example, if you accidentally type main instead of Main, or writeline instead of WriteLine, the preceding program will be incorrect.

Count: count: count: count: count: 0 1 2 3 4 In this example, count is the loop control variable. It is set to zero in the initialization portion of the for. At the start of each iteration (including the first one), the conditional test count < 5 is performed. If the outcome of this test is true, the WriteLine( ) statement is executed. Next, the iteration portion of the loop is executed, which adds 1 to count. This process continues until count reaches 5. At this point, the conditional test becomes false, causing the loop to terminate.

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