- Häftad (Paperback / softback)
- Antal sidor
- 16th Edtion ed.
- Kidware Software
- Tylee, Lou
- Antal komponenter
- 1312:Standard Color 8.5 x 11 in or 280 x 216 mm Perfect Bound on White w/Gloss Lam
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Learn Visual C# 2019 Edition
A Step-By-Step Programming Tutorial
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The focus of LEARN VISUAL C# is to use the existing objects and capabilities of Visual C# to build a wide variety of useful desktop applications. Students will also learn to build their own objects. Some of the applications built include: Stopwatch, Calendar Display, Loan Repayment Calculator, Flash Card Math Game, Database Input Screen, Statistics Calculator, full-featured Note Editor, Tic-Tac-Toe Game, Multiple Choice Quiz, Information Tracker (with plotting), Blackjack, Line, Bar and Pie charts, a version of the first video game ever ? Pong, and a Telephone Directory.
LEARN VISUAL C# is presented using a combination of over 850 pages of self-study notes and over 100 Visual C# practical examples and applications. To grasp the concepts presented in LEARN VISUAL C#, you should possess a working knowledge of Windows and have had some exposure to programming concepts. Our Beginning Visual C# course would provide you with this exposure.
LEARN VISUAL C# requires the Microsoft Windows operating system. This tutorial also requires the Community Edition or Professional Edition of Microsoft Visual Studio 2019. The Visual C# source code solutions and all needed multimedia files are included in the compressed download file available from the Publisher's website (KidwareSoftware.com) after book registration.
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"As a programmer, a long-time college professor, and as the former head of the Computer, Engineering, and Business Department, I have reviewed countless programming books for most of the popular programming languages. “Learn Visual C#” by Philip Conrod and Lou Tylee is my favorite. The order in which the topics are presented is very easy for students to follow. The transitions from one topic to the next are so smooth it doesn’t feel like steps but just a continuously smooth flow from start to finish. Object-oriented programming (OOP) is often difficult to explain to new programmers and most books give it no consideration until the second half of the book. The authors have made OOP clear, logical, and astonishingly easy to understand and they have successfully presented it in the third chapter…it is absolute genius. Consequently, every topic after that is much clearer and relevant to students. The examples in the book are interesting and easy to follow. I have worked through all of them line by line and found them easy to follow and replicate. Students quickly become frustrated with examples that contain errors so the fact that these work so well is critically important to the success of every student. Topics included in “Learn Visual C#” are date, time, and financial calculations which are lacking in most first year programming books. I really appreciate the chapters that include business graphics for pie and bar charts and general graphics applied to multimedia. The authors use code to access databases instead of the Visual Studio wizards. This gives the students a much better understanding of how databases work and how to program their interactions. Consequently, that also makes the eventual use of the database wizards less of a mystery and gives the student far more confidence in their application. The useful topics in the examples and the well written explanations make this my favorite book for learning Visual C# programming so it is with absolute confidence that I recommend this book to you." - David B. Taylor, B.S.E.T., M.A.Ed., Ed.S., Former Professor and Department Chair, Computer, Engineering, and Business, Seminole State College, Sanford, Florida
"These lessons are a highly organized and well-indexed set of lessons in the Visual C# programming environment. They are written for the initiated programmer – the college or university student seeking to advance their computer science repertoire on their own. The applications are practical, but the learning has far-reaching consequences in the student’s computer science career. While full solutions are provided, the projects are presented in an easy-to-follow set of lessons explaining the rational for the solution – the form layout, coding design and conventions, and specific code related to the problem. The learner may follow the tutor...
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Philip Conrod has authored, co-authored and edited over two dozen computer programming books over the past thirty years. Philip holds a bachelor's degree in Computer Information Systems and a Master's certificate in the Essentials of Business Development from Regis University. Philip has served in various Information Technology leadership roles in companies like Sundstrand Aerospace, Safeco Insurance, FamilyLife, Kenworth Truck Company, and PACCAR. Philip also served as the Senior Vice President & Chief Information Officer (SVP & CIO) at Darigold for over a decade. Today, Philip serves as the President & Publisher of Kidware Software LLC which is based in Maple Valley, Washington. Lou Tylee holds BS and MS degrees in Mechanical Engineering and a PhD in Electrical Engineering. Lou has been programming computers since 1969 when he took his first Fortran course in college. He has written software to control suspensions for high speed ground vehicles, monitor nuclear power plants, lower noise levels in commercial jetliners, compute takeoff speeds for jetliners, locate and identify air and ground traffic and to let kids count bunnies, learn how to spell and do math problems. He has written several on-line texts teaching Visual Basic, Visual C# and Java to thousands of people. He taught a beginning Visual Basic course for over 15 years at a major university. Currently, Lou works as an engineer at a major Seattle aerospace firm. Lou and his family live in Seattle, Washington.
1. introduction to the visual c# environment
2. The Visual C# Language
3. Object-Oriented Programming (OOP)
4. Exploring the Visual C# Toolbox
5. More Exploration of the Visual C# Toolbox
6. Windows Application Design and Distribution
7. Sequential Files, Error-Handling and Debugging
8. Graphics Techniques with Visual C#
9. More Graphics Methods and Multimedia Effects
10. Other Windows Application Topics
11. Visual C# Database and Web Applications