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Topic: C#/J#/F#

Analogous to Java, C# is an OO, lower level programming language, which enables programmers to build a wide range of Windows applications and Web services. J# and the new F# are additional programming languages proposed by Microsoft.

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C# Introduction and Overview
C# is for rapid development to the C++ programmer without sacrificing the power and control that have been a hallmark of C and C++. Because of this heritage, C# has a high degree of fidelity with C and C++. Developers familiar with these languages can quickly become productive in C#. [Source: MSDN]

C# Language Specification v.0.22
Version: 0.22. Authors: Anders Hejlsberg and Scott Wiltamuth. This documentation is an early release of the final documentation, which may be changed substantially prior to final commercial release, and is confidential and proprietary information of Microsoft Corporation. It is disclosed pursuant to a non-disclosure agreement between the recipient and Microsoft. [Source: MSDN]

Moblie using ASP.NET and C#
.NET is something like a treat to Wireless Application Programmer too the namespace developed for Mobile Programming is really smart with all the inbuilt functions to act according to device and application.Here is an example which is to access the AuhorID

Moblie using ASP.NET and C#
.NET is something like a treat to Wireless Application Programmer too the namespace developed for Mobile Programming is really smart with all the inbuilt functions to act according to device and application.Here is an example which is to access the AuhorID [Source: Mindcracker]

Serializing Objects in C#
Serialization is a process of storing the object instance to a disk file. Serialization stores state of the object i.e. member variable values to disk. Deserialization is reverse of serialization i.e. it's a process of reading objects from a file where they have been stored. In this code sample we will see how to serialize and deserialize objects using C#. [Source: Mindcracker]

Creating Your First Threaded .NET App
Writing multithreaded application in .NET and C# is pretty easy. This tutorial is for beginners who have not coded any multithreaded application in C# yet. Just follow these simple steps. [Source: Mindcracker]

Working with C# ToolBars
In this tutorial, the author discusses how to create toolbars, load images in toolbar buttons and write event handlers for buttons. [Source: Mindcracker]

C# Essentials
Concise but thorough, C# Essentials introduces the brand-new Microsoft C# programming language and the Microsoft .NET Common Language Runtime (CLR) and Base Class Libraries (BCL) that support it. The compact format and terse presentation of key concepts serve as a roadmap to the online documentation included with the Microsoft .NET Framework SDK; the many examples provide much-needed context. [Source: O'Reilly & Associates]

String Jargon in C#
The following examples illustrates the usage of C# String class functions.It also list some additional functions which are not currently available in C#. [Source: C# Help]

C# Control Statements
This lesson shows you how to use c# looping statements. In c#, there are four iteration constructs rather than three. There are familiar for, do, while loops and a new one from Visual basic, foreach. [Source: C# Corner]

C# Components in VB/COM(+)
Using C# component in VB through COM Microsoft has created several attributes and utilities to make it easy to place a .NET component into the clutches of good old COM. [Source: C# Corner]

C# Control Statements Intro
This lesson shows how to use C# control statements, and the difference between these controls in C++/Java and C#. Sample includes single selection, if-else, and multi case selection. [Source: C# Corner]

C# Regular Expressions
Brad Merrill, coauthor of the upcoming C# Essentials, offers an overview of how regular expressions are used in the C# environment. The article concludes with a set of expressions used in other environments, which Merrill has updated for C# programmers. [Source: O'Reilly]



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