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C# is intended to be a simple, modern, general-purpose, object-oriented programming language designed for the Microsoft .NET framework. Microsoft developed this language with the aim to combine the computing power of C++ with the programming ease of Visual Basic in response to the success of Sun Microsystems' Java programming language. C# is based on C++ and contains features similar to those of Java. Your potential with C# is limited only by your imagination. The language does not place constraints on what you can do. C# is a language derived from C and C++, but it was created from the ground up. Microsoft started with what worked in C and C++ and included new features that would make these languages easier to use. Many of these features are very similar to what can be found in Java. Like its Java ancestor, C# features automatic garbage collection (GC), scalability, simplified type declarations, type safety, and versioning support plus a few new features for Microsoft COM+ and Web services development. In this course, we will explain the language in detail.
Knowing how to program in C, C++ or, better yet, Java, will certainly help you to learn Java more quickly. We recommend you to go through the courses C and C++ before starting this course. You don't need to know anything about Object Oriented Programming to start this course.
  • What is Dot Net & Web services
  • What Dot Net built on & Java vs .Net
  • About .Net Frame Work
  • About CLR
  • Starting C#
  • Variables in C#
  • Operators & DataTypes
  • Control Statements & Escape Sequences
  • Classes Introduction
  • Methods & Static Members
  • NameSpaces
  • Data Reading & Formating
  • Types of Methods of a Class
  • Constructors & Destroctructors
  • Classes Nesting
  • Returning Class & Passing Arguments as Class
  • Enumarations
  • Properties of a Class
  • Inheritance Part 1
  • Inheritance Part 2
  • Abstract Classes & Sealed Classes
  • Interfaces
  • Class Partial Implimentation
  • Deligates Part 1
  • Deligates Part 2
  • Events
  • Structures
  • Built-in Structures or Integral DataTypes
  • Random Numbers generating
  • Creating Library
  • Exception Handling
  • Arrays
  • Strings
  • Indexers
  • Collections
  • Generics
  • File Handling