C# 7.0 Pocket Reference

Errata for C# 7.0 Pocket Reference

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Version Location Description Submitted By Date Submitted Date Corrected
Safari Books Online
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Hi , Joseph Albahari and Ben Albahari Thank for your book , C# 7.0 Pocket Reference I read your book in safari online book , I saw a problem in this book. It's related with Pre-decrement because you used to Post-increment for it , I think it is a small mistake in this book . If you'll see this error in safari online book chapter 01 you can search Post-increment in this book and you'll see Post-increment for ( -- ) in a Unary table. I like your book and I read c# 6 (Full) before c# 7 ( Pocket ) . It is best book for learning c# . I'll wait for your answer thanks a lot.

Note from the Author or Editor:
Correct. On the table on page 50, right of --, "post-increment" should read "pre-decrement".

Amin saadati  Jan 23, 2018  Apr 13, 2018
Page 3
First paragraph

Link for sample files is broken. bit.ly.linq-pad_csharp7_samples

Note from the Author or Editor:
The last sentence in the first paragraph should read: To download the samples, click the Samples tab in LINQPad and click “Download more samples.”

Chris Catignani  Feb 09, 2018  Apr 13, 2018
Page 50
Under operator table in page 50 line 5

This could be printing mistake. It says --x is for "Post-increment". This is for pre-decrement.

Note from the Author or Editor:
Correct. Note that this has been reported in another errata.

Anas  Oct 19, 2017  Apr 13, 2018
Page 58
last line

it says case bool b when b == true // Fires when b is true correct is case bool b when b == true: // Fires when b is true so you are missing the colon after "true".

Note from the Author or Editor:
Correct - there should indeed be a colon after the word 'true'.

Wolfgang Jacques  Oct 13, 2017  Apr 13, 2018