C# Essentials

Errata for C# Essentials

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Version Location Description Submitted by Date submitted
Printed Page X
last paragraph

The book lists this URL as the sourse for the 'examples', the URL page identifies
that the book has many important 'examples', but the page referenced does not have
any access to the examples.

Printed Page 4
3rd paragraph (Interoperability with legacy code)

... which is a mechanism that enables C functions, structs, and callbacks to be
easily used from within in a .NET program.

Shouldn't this read "from within a .NET program" or "in a .NET program"? Not both...

Printed Page 46
First code example

void Foo(int x);
viod Foo(double x); //oops void not viod

Printed Page 78
Table 2-4.

There is no #end preprocessor directive. However, there is #endregion preprocessor

Printed Page 185
System.Diagnostics entry

The list of DLLs should include System.dll.

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(section 1.4)
Describing how to compile and run a program the following
instructions are given in the second paragraph:

"To compile this program into an executable, paste it into a text file,
save it as Test.cs, then type csc Text.cs in the command prompt."

This should read "then type csc Test.cs" not Text.cs, since that is the
name we gave the file when we saved it.