3. Writing programs


What you will learn

Now that you know a bit about computers, programs, and programmers, you can start to think about writing program code.

In this chapter, you’ll closely examine some C# programs to find out how they run. I call these programs “Snaps applications” because they use the Snaps library, a simple collection of programming resources that help you get things done “in a snap.” By analyzing how these programs use various Snaps—discrete pieces of programming functionality or behaviors provided by the library—you’ll learn some fundamentals of C# programming. Along the way you’ll learn more about using Visual Studio to ...

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