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Introduction to C# and .NET
view article So you'd like to... Learn .NET Fast
A guide by David Barnes, Wrox Editor. (Amazon.Com)
view article .NET - Using Just In Time (JIT) Compiling
.NET programs are not compiled directly into executable code but are compiled into an intermediary language known as Microsoft Intermediary Language (MSIL or IL). This language is compiled and executed later. You may have heard of JIT compiling or "the JITer" from Java, but the similarity between .NET and Java in merely in the name.
view article An Introduction to C#
C# (pronounced "C sharp") is a new language designed by Microsoft to combine the power of C/C++ and the productivity of Visual Basic. Initial language specifications also reveal obvious similarities to Java, including syntax, strong web integration and automatic memory management. So, if you have programmed in either C++ or Java, adding C# to your ken of languages should be fairly straightforward.
view article An Introduction to C# GUIs By Examples
In this article we will introduce ourselves to C# GUI development by creating a small application that converts temperature from Celsius to Fahrenheit and vice versa. The only required prerequisite is a basic familiarity with C# and object oriented programming.
view article Getting Started with C#
In this article, we will examine all the essential utilities needed to begin C# programming. In the end, you will also learn how to write a simple C# program.
view article How Will You Unleash the Power of .NET? (Amazon.Com Guide)
Every architect needs a blueprint. This blueprint shows the relationships between the core .NET development technologies and will lead you to books and information which can help you effectively use the .NET platform to build applications and services. Whether you're just starting out, or have years of experience, you can find resources here to help you unleash the power of .NET. Select your preferred technology to begin.
view article So you'd like to ... Begin .NET Programming (Amazon.Com Guide)
A guide by David Barnes, Wrox Editor
view article Understanding Classes, Methods, and Properties in C#
A class is the fundamental topic to be discussed in any Object-Oriented Programming (OOP) language. This also is true with C#. Basically, we have to discuss the meaning of class with reference to an object also. This is because these two words are more or less interrelated. A class is a combination of related objects whereas each object is an instance or a copy of the corresponding class.


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