In this book, C# 4.0 The Complete Reference 1st Edition, the author throws light on several concepts pertaining to the C# programming language. The author incorporates several examples to enable the reader to understand important concepts. The book has been divided into two portions. The topics covered in the first part of this book include The Creation Of C#; An Overview Of C#; Data Types, Literals, and Variables; Operators; Program Control Statements; Introducing Classes And Objects; Arrays And Strings; A Closer Look At Methods And Classes; Operator Overloading; Indexers And Properties; Inheritance; Interfaces, Structures, and Enumeration; Exception Handling; Using I/O; Delegates, Events, and Lambda Expressions; Namespaces, the Preprocessor, and Assemblies; Runtime Type ID, Reflection, and Attributes; Generics; LINQ; and Unsafe Code, Pointers, Nullable Types, Dynamic Types, And Attributes. In the second part of the book, named Exploring The C# Library, the topics covered include Exploring The System Namespace; Strings And Formatting; Multithreaded Programming Part One, Multithreading Part Two: Exploring The Task Parallel Library and PLINQ; Collections, Enumerators, and Iterators; and Networking Through The Internet Using System. Net. This book has also been promoted by Michael Howard, who is a part of Microsoft. Beginners as well as professionals can benefit greatly from this highly informative and crisply-written book, by the world’s leading computer author, Herbert Schildt.

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PublisherMcGraw Hill
Publish YearJanuary 2014