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Microsoft Visual C#: An Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming (7th Edition)

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book-author

Joyce Farrell

publisher

Cengage Learning; 14th edition

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PDF

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784 pages

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English

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B07515GBYV

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1337102105; 1337685771

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9781337102100/ 9781337685771


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Develop the strong programming skills needed for professional success with Farrell’s Microsoft Visual C# 2017: An Introduction To Object-Oriented Programming; 7th edition (PDF). Approachable examples and a straightforward; clear style help students build a solid understanding of both object-oriented and structured programming concepts. New users master critical principles and techniques that easily transfer to other programming languages. This new 7th edition incorporates the most recent versions of both C# and Visual Studio 2017 to ensure computer students have the contemporary skills required in business today. Short “You Do It” hands-on features and a variety of new programming exercises; debugging exercises; and running case studies help readers prepare for success in today’s tough programming environment. Discover the latest tools and expertise for programming success in this new Seventh edition.

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book-author

Joyce Farrell

publisher

Cengage Learning; 14th edition

file-type

PDF

pages

784 pages

language

English

asin

B07515GBYV

isbn10

1337102105; 1337685771

isbn13

9781337102100/ 9781337685771

Table of contents


Table of contents :
Brief Contents……Page 6
Contents……Page 7
Preface……Page 16
CHAPTER 1: A First Program Using C#……Page 28
The Programming Process……Page 29
Procedural and Object-Oriented Programming……Page 31
Features of Object-Oriented Programming Languages……Page 34
The C# Programming Language……Page 36
Writing a C# Program that Produces Output……Page 38
Selecting Identifiers……Page 41
Adding Program Comments……Page 45
Using the System Namespace……Page 46
Compiling and Executing a C# Program……Page 50
Compiling Code from the Command Prompt……Page 51
Compiling Code Using the Visual Studio IDE……Page 53
Noticing the Differences Between the Programs in the Text Editor and the IDE……Page 56
Deciding Which Environment to Use……Page 57
Key Terms……Page 65
Review Questions……Page 69
Exercises……Page 71
CHAPTER 2: Using Data……Page 74
Declaring Variables……Page 75
Displaying Variable Values……Page 79
Variable Alignment……Page 82
Using the Integral Data Types……Page 83
Using Floating-Point Data Types……Page 86
Formatting Floating-Point Values……Page 87
Using Arithmetic Operators……Page 90
Using Shortcut Arithmetic Operators……Page 91
Using the bool Data Type……Page 95
Understanding Numeric Type Conversion……Page 98
Using the char Data Type……Page 101
Using the string Data Type……Page 103
Defining Named Constants……Page 107
Working with Enumerations……Page 108
Using the Convert Class……Page 111
Using the Parse() Methods……Page 113
Chapter Summary……Page 116
Key Terms……Page 117
Review Questions……Page 120
Exercises……Page 123
CHAPTER 3: Using GUI Objects and the Visual Studio IDE……Page 126
Creating a Form in the IDE……Page 127
Using the Toolbox to Add a Button to a Form……Page 132
Adding Functionality to a Button on a Form……Page 134
Adding Labels and TextBoxes to a Form……Page 136
Understanding Focus and Tab Control……Page 139
Formatting Data in GUI Applications……Page 140
Naming Forms and Controls……Page 141
Correcting Errors……Page 143
Deleting an Unwanted Event-Handling Method……Page 144
Using Visual Studio Help……Page 145
Deciding Which Interface to Use……Page 146
Chapter Summary……Page 152
Key Terms……Page 153
Review Questions……Page 154
Exercises……Page 157
CHAPTER 4: Making Decisions……Page 160
Understanding Logic-Planning Tools and Decision Making……Page 161
Making Decisions Using the if Statement……Page 164
A Note on Equivalency Comparisons……Page 170
Making Decisions Using the if-else Statement……Page 172
Using the Conditional AND Operator……Page 177
Using the Conditional OR Operator……Page 179
Using the Logical AND and OR Operators……Page 180
Combining AND and OR Operators……Page 181
Making Decisions Using the switch Statement……Page 186
Using an Enumeration with a switch Statement……Page 189
Using the Conditional Operator……Page 191
Using the NOT Operator……Page 192
Performing Accurate and Efficient Range Checks……Page 194
Using the ! Operator Correctly……Page 196
Decision-Making Issues in GUI Programs……Page 198
Key Terms……Page 202
Review Questions……Page 204
Exercises……Page 208
CHAPTER 5: Looping……Page 212
Creating Loops with the while Statement……Page 213
Creating Loops with the for Statement……Page 222
Creating Loops with the do Statement……Page 225
Using Nested Loops……Page 227
Accumulating Totals……Page 233
Avoiding Unnecessary Operations……Page 235
Considering the Order of Evaluation of Short-Circuit Operators……Page 236
Using Prefix Incrementing Rather Than Postfix Incrementing……Page 237
Looping Issues in GUI Programs……Page 239
Chapter Summary……Page 242
Key Terms……Page 243
Review Questions……Page 244
Exercises……Page 247
CHAPTER 6: Using Arrays……Page 250
Declaring an Array and Assigning Values……Page 251
Initializing an Array……Page 253
Accessing Array Elements……Page 255
Using the Length Property……Page 256
Using foreach……Page 257
Searching an Array Using a Loop……Page 260
Using a for Loop to Search an Array……Page 261
Improving a Loop’s Efficiency……Page 263
Using a while Loop to Search an Array……Page 264
Searching an Array for a Range Match……Page 266
Using the BinarySearch() Method……Page 268
Using the Sort() Method……Page 270
Using the Reverse() Method……Page 271
Using Multidimensional Arrays……Page 274
Using Jagged Arrays……Page 278
Array Issues in GUI Programs……Page 280
Key Terms……Page 282
Review Questions……Page 283
Exercises……Page 286
CHAPTER 7: Using Methods……Page 292
Understanding Methods and Implementation Hiding……Page 293
Understanding Implementation Hiding……Page 294
Writing Methods with No Parameters and No Return Value……Page 295
An Introduction to Accessibility……Page 296
An Introduction to the Optional static Modifier……Page 297
Understanding the Method Identifier……Page 298
Placing a Method in a Class……Page 299
Declaring Variables and Constants in a Method……Page 300
Writing Methods That Require a Single Argument……Page 303
Writing Methods That Require Multiple Arguments……Page 307
Writing Methods That Return a Value……Page 309
Writing a Method That Returns a Boolean Value……Page 311
Analyzing a Built-In Method……Page 312
Passing a Single Array Element to a Method……Page 316
Passing an Array to a Method……Page 317
Writing a Main() Method with a Parameter List……Page 320
Writing a Main() Method with public Access……Page 321
Understanding Methods That Are Generated Automatically in the Visual Environment……Page 322
Creating Methods to be Nonstatic When Associated with a Form……Page 323
Chapter Summary……Page 324
Key Terms……Page 325
Review Questions……Page 327
Exercises……Page 330
CHAPTER 8: Advanced Method Concepts……Page 334
Using Mandatory Value Parameters……Page 335
Passing Parameters by Reference……Page 337
Using a ref Parameter……Page 338
Using an out Parameter……Page 339
Deciding Between out and ref……Page 340
Using a Built-in Method That Has an out Parameter……Page 341
Using Parameter Arrays……Page 343
Returning a Reference from a Method……Page 346
Overloading Methods……Page 349
Understanding Overload Resolution……Page 353
Discovering Built-In Overloaded Methods……Page 354
Avoiding Ambiguous Methods……Page 357
Using Optional Parameters……Page 359
Leaving Out Unnamed Arguments……Page 361
Using Named Arguments……Page 362
Advantages to Using Named Arguments……Page 363
Disadvantages to Using Named Arguments……Page 364
Overload Resolution with Named and Optional Arguments……Page 366
Key Terms……Page 368
Review Questions……Page 369
Exercises……Page 373
CHAPTER 9: Using Classes and Objects……Page 378
Understanding Class Concepts……Page 379
Creating a Class from Which Objects Can Be Instantiated……Page 381
Creating Instance Variables and Methods……Page 382
Creating Objects……Page 384
Passing Objects to Methods……Page 387
Creating Properties……Page 388
Using Auto-Implemented Properties……Page 392
More About public and private Access Modifiers……Page 398
Understanding the this Reference……Page 402
Understanding Constructors……Page 405
Passing Parameters to Constructors……Page 406
Overloading Constructors……Page 407
Using Constructor Initializers……Page 409
Using the readonly Modifier in a Constructor……Page 411
Using Object Initializers……Page 413
Overloading Operators……Page 417
Declaring an Array of Objects……Page 422
Using the Sort() and BinarySearch() Methods with Arrays of Objects……Page 423
Understanding Destructors……Page 430
Understanding GUI Application Objects……Page 432
Chapter Summary……Page 434
Key Terms……Page 436
Review Questions……Page 438
Exercises……Page 441
CHAPTER 10: Introduction to Inheritance……Page 448
Understanding Inheritance……Page 449
Understanding Inheritance Terminology……Page 451
Extending Classes……Page 453
Using the protected Access Specifier……Page 459
Overriding Base Class Members……Page 463
Accessing Base Class Methods and Properties from a Derived Class……Page 466
Understanding Implicit Reference Conversions……Page 472
Using the Object Class……Page 473
Using the Object Class’s ToString() Method……Page 475
Using the Object Class’s Equals() Method……Page 476
Using the Object Class’s GetHashCode() Method……Page 477
Working with Base Class Constructors……Page 479
Using Base Class Constructors That Require Arguments……Page 480
Creating and Using Abstract Classes……Page 483
Creating and Using Interfaces……Page 487
Using Extension Methods……Page 492
Recognizing Inheritance in GUI Applications……Page 494
Chapter Summary……Page 497
Key Terms……Page 498
Review Questions……Page 500
Exercises……Page 503
CHAPTER 11: Exception Handling……Page 510
Understanding Exceptions……Page 511
Purposely Generating a SystemException……Page 513
Comparing Traditional and Object-Oriented Error-Handling Methods……Page 518
Understanding Object-Oriented Exception-Handling Methods……Page 519
Using the Exception Class’s ToString() Method and Message Property……Page 523
Catching Multiple Exceptions……Page 528
Examining the Structure of the TryParse() Methods……Page 533
Using the finally Block……Page 535
Handling Exceptions Thrown from Outside Methods……Page 538
Tracing Exception Objects Through the Call Stack……Page 541
A Case Study: Using StackTrace……Page 542
Creating Your Own Exception Classes……Page 546
Rethrowing an Exception……Page 550
Chapter Summary……Page 552
Key Terms……Page 553
Review Questions……Page 554
Exercises……Page 558
CHAPTER 12: Using Controls……Page 562
Understanding Controls……Page 563
Examining the IDE’s Automatically Generated Code……Page 568
Setting a Control’s Font……Page 572
Using a LinkLabel……Page 575
Adding Color to a Form……Page 579
Using CheckBox and RadioButton Objects……Page 586
Adding a PictureBox to a Form……Page 590
Adding ListBox, CheckedListBox, and ComboBox Controls to a Form……Page 593
Adding MonthCalendar and DateTimePicker Controls to a Form……Page 598
Working with a Form’s Layout……Page 602
Understanding GroupBoxes and Panels……Page 604
Adding a MenuStrip to a Form……Page 605
Using Other Controls……Page 607
Chapter Summary……Page 617
Review Questions……Page 618
Exercises……Page 621
CHAPTER 13: Handling Events……Page 624
Event Handling……Page 625
Understanding Delegates……Page 629
Creating Composed Delegates……Page 632
Declaring and Using Both Custom and Built-in Event Handlers……Page 638
Using the Built-in EventHandler……Page 641
Handling Control Component Events……Page 648
Handling Mouse Events……Page 653
Handling Keyboard Events……Page 655
Defining Focus……Page 658
Handling Multiple Events with a Single Handler……Page 659
Continuing to Learn about Controls and Events……Page 660
Chapter Summary……Page 663
Key Terms……Page 664
Review Questions……Page 665
Exercises……Page 668
CHAPTER 14: Files and Streams……Page 672
Files and the File and Directory Classes……Page 673
Using the File and Directory Classes……Page 675
Understanding File Data Organization……Page 679
Understanding Streams……Page 681
Writing Data to a Sequential Access Text File……Page 685
Reading from a Sequential Access Text File……Page 688
Searching a Sequential Text File……Page 694
Understanding Serialization and Deserialization……Page 700
Chapter Summary……Page 713
Key Terms……Page 714
Review Questions……Page 716
Exercises……Page 719
Appendix A: Operator Precedence and Associativity……Page 722
Key Terms……Page 723
Appendix B: Understanding Numbering Systems and Computer Codes……Page 724
The Hexadecimal System……Page 730
Measuring Storage……Page 731
Key Terms……Page 733
Providing Completion Lists……Page 734
Providing Quick Information……Page 735
Squiggles and Lightbulbs……Page 736
Key Terms……Page 737
Glossary……Page 738
Index……Page 756

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