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With its aid for Language-Integrated question (LINQ), C# 3.0 has revolutionized C# programming, and bestselling writer Herb Schildt has up to date and increased his vintage programming connection with hide it. utilizing conscientiously crafted factors, insider tips, and countless numbers of examples, this e-book provides in-depth assurance of all facets of C#, together with its keyword phrases, syntax, and center libraries. after all, information at the new C# 3.0 beneficial properties, corresponding to LINQ, lambda expressions, implicitly typed variables, and nameless forms are included.

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NET PART I C# includes features that directly support the constituents of components, such as properties, methods, and events. However, C#’s ability to work in a secure, mixed-language environment is perhaps its most important component-oriented feature. 7 8 Part I: The C# Language Framework. NET Framework. NET environment, in practice the two are closely linked. NET Framework and why it is important to C#. NET Framework? NET Framework defines an environment that supports the development and execution of highly distributed, component-based applications.

As the program shows, when you want to specify a floating-point value in a program, you must include a decimal point. If you don’t, it will be interpreted as an integer. 0 is a floating-point value. There is one other new thing to notice in the program. To print a blank line, simply call WriteLine( ) without any arguments. The floating-point data types are often used when working with real-world quantities where fractional components are commonly needed. For example, this program computes the area of a circle.

If condition is false, then the statement is bypassed. WriteLine("10 is less than 11"); In this case, since 10 is less than 11, the conditional expression is true, and WriteLine( ) will execute. WriteLine("this won’t be displayed"); In this case, 10 is not less than 9. Thus, the call to WriteLine( ) will not take place. C# defines a full complement of relational operators that can be used in a conditional expression. = Not equal Here is a program that illustrates the if statement: // Demonstrate the if.

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