Beginning Object-Oriented Programming with C#
- Covers exactly what beginners, even those with no prior programming experience, need to know to understand object-oriented programming and start writing programs in C#
- Explains the advantages and disadvantages of C#, and tips for understanding C# syntax
- Explores properties, encapsulation, and classes; value data types; operands and operators; errors and debugging; variables; and reference types
- Shows how to use statement repetition and program loops, understand arrays and collections, and write your own classes
- Also covers inheritance and polymorphism
Beginning Object-Oriented Programming with C# uses the tried-and-true Wrox formula for making this popular programming method easy to learn.
Jack Purdum, Ph.D., is an established author of more than a dozen programming books. Using his teaching experience as a professor of computer language instruction at Purdue University, he has identified common stumbling blocks for beginning programmers and knows how to teach concepts so readers can understand and code immediately.
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