Update to Wrox s leading C book for beginners Get ready for the next release of Microsoft s C programming language with this essential Wrox beginner s guide Beginning Microsoft Visual C 2010 starts with the basics and brings you thoroughly up to speed You ll first cover the fundamentals such as variables, flow control, and object oriented programming and gradually build your skills for Web and Windows programming, Windows forms, and data access Step by step directions walk you through processes and invite you to Try it Out, at every stage By the end, you ll be able to write useful programming code following the steps you ve learned in this thorough, practical book The C 4 programming language version will be synonymous with writing code with in C 2010 in Visual Studio 2010, and you can use it to write Windows applications, Web apps with ASP.NET, and Windows Mobile and Embedded CE apps Provides step by step instructions for mastering topics such as variables, flow controls, and object oriented programming before moving to Web and Windows programming and data access Addresses expressions, functions, debugging, error handling, classes, collections, comparisons, conversions, and If you ve always wanted to master Visual C programming, this book is the perfect one stop resource Note CD ROM DVD and other supplementary materials are not included as part of eBook file....
|Title||:||Beginning Visual C# 2010|
|Publisher||:||Wrox 1 edition April 5, 2010|
|Number of Pages||:||1080 pages|
|File Size||:||767 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Beginning Visual C# 2010 Reviews
I bought this book because I had previously bought Horton's "Beginning Visual C++ 6". If you can hold out for a couple of months, I recommend you buy his "... 2012" book instead of this one. I couldn't wait. I bought the "... 2010" one.
I've been slowly working through this book for the Visual part of it as well as the MFC. I worked through two C++ texts a few years ago. I am about a third of the way through the book. Horton takes it slow. The "Beginning" in the title is accurate BUT someone without any programming experience risks becoming overwhelmed quickly. Tonight I was working through a program example & I tried to look up a library function he had used. It wasn't in the index. The next section used a keyword that I didn't recall and the index sent me to limbo - an 'ah ha!' moment. I realized that this is a pattern with this book. The index is terrible!