Starting out with Visual C# (4th Edition) - 4th Edition - by Tony Gaddis - ISBN 9780134382609
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4th Edition
Tony Gaddis
Publisher: PEARSON
ISBN: 9780134382609

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Chapter 2.3 - Introduction To C# CodeChapter 2.5 - Label ControlsChapter 2.7 - Picturebox ControlsChapter 2.8 - Comments, Blank Lines, And IndentationChapter 2.10 - Dealing With Syntax ErrorsChapter 3 - Processing DataChapter 3.1 - Reading Input With Textbox ControlsChapter 3.2 - A First Look At VariablesChapter 3.3 - Numeric Data Types And VariablesChapter 3.4 - Performing CalculationsChapter 3.5 - Inputting And Outputting Numeric ValuesChapter 3.6 - Formatting Numbers With The Tostring MethodChapter 3.7 - Simple Exception HandlingChapter 3.9 - Declaring Variables As FieldsChapter 3.10 - Using The Math ClassChapter 3.12 - Using The Debugger To Locate Logic ErrorsChapter 4 - Making DecisionsChapter 4.1 - Decision Structures And The If StatementChapter 4.2 - The If-else StatementChapter 4.3 - Nested Decision StructuresChapter 4.4 - Logical OperatorsChapter 4.5 - Bool Variables And FlagsChapter 4.6 - Comparing StringsChapter 4.7 - Preventing Data Conversion Exceptions With The Tryparse MethodsChapter 4.9 - Radio Buttons And Check BoxesChapter 4.10 - The Switch StatementChapter 4.11 - Introduction To List BoxesChapter 5 - Loops, Files, And Random NumbersChapter 5.1 - More About ListboxesChapter 5.2 - The While LoopChapter 5.3 - The ++ And −− OperatorsChapter 5.4 - The For LoopChapter 5.5 - The Do-while LoopChapter 5.6 - Using Files For Data StorageChapter 5.7 - The Openfiledialog And Savefiledialog ControlsChapter 5.8 - Random NumbersChapter 5.9 - The Load EventChapter 6 - Modularizing Your Code With MethodsChapter 6.2 - Void MethodsChapter 6.3 - Passing Arguments To MethodsChapter 6.4 - Passing Arguments By ReferenceChapter 6.5 - Value-returning MethodsChapter 7 - Arrays And ListsChapter 7.1 - Value Types And Reference TypesChapter 7.2 - Array BasicsChapter 7.4 - Passing Arrays As Arguments To MethodsChapter 7.6 - Advanced Algorithms For Sorting And Searching ArraysChapter 7.7 - Two-dimensional ArraysChapter 7.8 - Jagged ArraysChapter 7.9 - The List CollectionChapter 8 - More About Processing DataChapter 8.2 - String And Character ProcessingChapter 8.3 - StructuresChapter 8.4 - Enumerated TypesChapter 8.5 - The Imagelist ControlChapter 9 - Classes And Multiform ProjectsChapter 9.1 - Introduction To ClassesChapter 9.2 - PropertiesChapter 9.3 - Parameterized Constructors And OverloadingChapter 9.4 - Storing Class Type Objects In Arrays And ListsChapter 9.5 - Finding The Classes And Their Responsibilities In A ProblemChapter 9.6 - Creating Multiple Forms In A ProjectChapter 10 - Inheritance And PolymorphismChapter 10.1 - InheritanceChapter 10.2 - PolymorphismChapter 10.3 - Abstract ClassesChapter 11 - DatabasesChapter 11.1 - Introduction To Database Management SystemsChapter 11.2 - Tables, Rows, And ColumnsChapter 11.3 - Creating A Database In Visual StudioChapter 11.4 - The Datagridview ControlChapter 11.5 - Connecting To An Existing Database And Using Details View ControlsChapter 11.6 - More About Data-bound ControlsChapter 11.7 - Selecting Data With The Sql Select Statement

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