Accelerated C# 2005 by Trey Nash

By Trey Nash

speeded up C# 2005 teaches you either the right way to use middle C# language thoughts and correctly hire C# idioms and object-oriented layout patternsto take advantage of the ability of C# and the typical language runtime. You’ll quick grasp C# syntax whereas studying how the CLR simplifies many programming initiatives. You’ll additionally examine top practices that determine your code may be effective, reusable, and robust.

This ebook is the quickest route to C# mastery for an individual acquainted with object-oriented programming. Many books introduce C#, yet only a few additionally clarify find out how to use it optimally with the .NET CLR. Why spend months or years getting to know the simplest how you can layout and code C#, whilst this publication will provide help to do issues the correct manner, correct from the start?

Table of Contents

  1. C#Preview
  2. C# and the CLR
  3. C# Syntax Overview
  4. Classes, Structs, and Objects
  5. Interfaces and Contracts
  6. Overloading Operators
  7. Exception dealing with and Exception Safety
  8. Working with Strings
  9. Arrays, assortment forms, and Iterators
  10. Delegates, nameless capabilities, and Events
  11. Generics
  12. Threading in C#
  13. In seek of C# Canonical Forms

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The general rule is that implicit conversions are guaranteed never to throw an exception, whereas explicit conversions may throw exceptions. The C# language provides the facilities to define custom implicit and explicit conversion operators to various types for your user-defined value types, or structs. Chapter 6 covers these in more detail. The exception requirements for built-in conversion operators apply to user-defined conversion operators. Namely, implicit conversion operators are guaranteed never to throw.

This is great news for those who rely upon code generators to provide skeleton code. For example, you can use the Visual Studio wizards to generate such useful things as System. DataSet derived types for accessing data in a database. 0, it was problematic if you needed to make modifications to the generated code. You either had to derive from or contain the generated type in a new type while specializing its implementation, or you had to edit the generated code. Editing the generated code was risky because you normally lost those changes when the wizard was forced to regenerate the type for some reason.

Many of the operators can be overloaded as well. Operator overloading is covered in Table 3-1, which lists the precedence of the operator groups. Entries at the top of the table have higher precedence, and operators that exist in the same category have equal precedence. Table 3-1. qxd 8/4/06 9:45 AM Page 17 CHAPTER 3 ■ C# SYNTAX OVERVIEW Operator Group Operators Included Description Logical XOR x ^ y Integer bitwise XOR, Boolean logical XOR Logical OR x | y Integer bitwise OR, Boolean logical OR Conditional AND x && y Evaluates y only if x is true Conditional OR x || y Evaluates y only if x is false Null coalescing x ??

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