In this chapter we discussed several useful classes and other types that are available in the .NET Framework class library.
We learned how to use the constant and static methods of the System.Math class to perform trigonometric, logarithmic, and other common mathematical functions.
We discussed how to use the pseudo-random number generator implemented in the System.Random class.
We learned about date and time support in the .NET class library and discussed the System.DateTime, System.TimeSpan, and System.TimeZone structures.
After this we considered an overview of how we can use standard and customized formats for formatting date and time values.
We discussed how to use the System.Environment class, which provides information about ...