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Traditional "Hello World" Programme Using Different Approaches. PART-II     
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In Part - I, I tried to explain the very basic "HELLO WORLD" Programme. In this article I would use diiferent methods to display "HELLO WORLD" so as to clear some of the OOPS fundamentals. So without wasting much time lets go on with it....

Understanding Structures in C#     
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A structure in C# is simply a composite data type consisting of a number elements of other types. A C# structure is a value type and the instances or objects of a structure are created in stack. The structure in C# can contain fields, methods, constants, constructors, properties, indexers, operators and even other structure types....

Introduction to C# (C Sharp)     
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A simple introduction to the C# (C Sharp) Language...

C. Grammar     
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This appendix contains summaries of the lexical and syntactic grammars found in the main document, and of the grammar extensions for unsafe code. Grammar productions appear here in the same order that they appear in the main document....

Introduction to C#     
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This part of tutorial explains about C# and how to write and compile your first C# program from command line. C# is a new programming language developed by Microsoft. C# has power of C++ since it's derived from C and C++. It is simpler as VB. Besides that, C# is a Java like language for web programming and it has some good features of Delphi too. Microsoft says, that C# is the best language to develop its .NET Framework applications....

A Simple Welcome Program in C#     
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This lesson will get you started with C# by introducing a few very simple programs. Here are the objectives of this lesson: Understand the basic structure of a C# program. Obtain a basic familiarization of what a "Namespace" is. Obtain a basic understanding of what a "Class" is. Learn what a "Main" method does. Learn how to obtain command-line input. Learn about console input/output (I/O)....

Uncovering .NET's C#     
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The history of modern computing is paved with good intentions and great intuitions. At different times, all the players in the arena brought excellent intentions and brilliant ideas to the table, but with different results. Microsoft had success with Visual Basic (VB) and Active Server Pages (ASP), but the company was less fortunate with ActiveX. Sun Microsystems pushed Java as the savior of the computing world, but, despite its brilliant architecture, the language fell short....

C# Introduction     
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According to Microsoft (MS) C# is, "C# is a simple, modern, object oriented, and type-safe programming language derived from C and C++. C# (pronounced “C sharp”) is firmly planted in the C and C++ family tree of languages, and will immediately be familiar to C and C++ programmers. C# aims to combine the high productivity of Visual Basic and the raw power of C++."...

How To Learn C#: A Roadmap to Success in Getting Started with C# Programming     
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So you are interested in programming in C# (pronounced "C Sharp"). Getting started with a new programming language can normally take some effort and time. You need instructions, tools, and good examples to help you get started. In this article, I'll do just that, giving you tips and pointing you in the right direction....

Introducing LINQ – Part 5  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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Whenever someone asks me about the DataContext I always refer to it as the “brains” of Linq to SQL, why? Because it is. It is responsible for the translation of Linq to T-SQL, and the mapping of the results (rows) of that query to objects, and so much more....

Introduction to Classes and Objects  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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A class is a blue print or a template. One or more instances of the template is/are known as object(s).

You can declare a class like below:

A Simple form of Declaration-...

Introduction to SIP for Java, C# and VB Developers  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) was designed from the bottom up to connect people and devices whenever and wherever they are in order to engage in a (possibly lengthy) exchange of information. Existing protocols, such as HTTP and SMTP, were not purpose-built for this essential human activity, and so SIP was born to fill the gap. However, SIP borrows from these two other protocols heavily: from using HTTP's message exchange pattern, message format and encoding, to SMTP's URI scheme....

Introduction to the IDE (Visual C#)  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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The Visual C# integrated development environment (IDE) is a collection of development tools exposed through a common user interface. Some of the tools are shared with other Visual Studio languages, and some, such as the C# compiler, are unique to Visual C#. The documentation in this section provides an overview of how to use the most important Visual C# tools as you work in the IDE in various phases of the development process....

Introducing C# 2.0 Partial Types  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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In C++ the class definitions can be separated from the implementations. The above snippet is taken from a file BinaryTree.h which contains all definitions associated with the BinaryTree class but no implementation code. Continuing with the example, the implementation file BinaryTree.cpp would be defined as follows....

Hello C#  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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Although we assume you are using Visual Studio .NET, there is another way for you to get the C# compiler and compile your programs from the command line. The command line C# compiler comes along with the .NET Framework Software Development Kit (SDK). The URL for retrieving these files can be found in the Downloads section of the Web site C# Corner (http://www.csharpcorner. com)....

A Very Easy Introduction to Microsoft .NET Speech Synthesis (VB, C#, C++)     
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This code is an introduction on how to use the new System.Speech class in the .NET Framework v3.0 and v3.5. The sample source code includes an application and the source code is provided in all three .NET languages (VB, C++, C#). It is a simple Windows application and shows how to use text to speech and how to export the speech to a WAV file. The source code was written in Visual Studio 2008 using .NET 3.5....

Introducing XNA Game Studio Express     
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If you have ever dreamed of being a game developer (honestly, who among us has not toyed with the idea at least a little?), this is your time in the sun. With the release of XNA Game Studio Express in December of 2006, Microsoft has begun a steady march on a mission to change the game development industry....

AI : Neural Network for beginners (Part 1 of 3)     
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This article is Part 1 of a series of 3 articles that I am going to post. The proposed article content will be as follows:
1. Part 1: This one, will be an introduction into Perceptron networks (single layer neural networks)
2. Part 2: Will be about multi layer neural networks, and the back propogation training method to solve a non-linear classification problem such as the logic of an XOR logic gate. This is something that a Perceptron can't do. This is explained further within this ...

A Comparative Overview of C#     
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This article focuses on the new ways of programming C# offers, and how it intends to improve upon its two closest neighbors, Java and C++. C# improves on C++ in a similar way to Java in many respects, so I'm not going to be re-explaining things like the benefits of a single-rooted object hierarchy. This article begins with a brief summary of the similarities between C# and Java, and then goes into exploring the new C# features....

Introducing C#     
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C# has been described as the native language of the .NET Framework. Julian Templeman finds out what it has to offer the Windows developer. It's not often that a completely new programming language appears out of nowhere from a major vendor. When that vendor is Microsoft, it is definitely worth taking note!...


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