11. Making solutions with objects
What you will learn
You now know enough about programming to be useful—and dangerous. If this book were teaching you how to drive, you would know how to steer the car, what most of the pedals do, and how to start and stop, but you wouldn’t yet know the rules of the road—how to drive safely and economically with regard for other drivers.
In this chapter, you are going to learn some “rules of the code” (sorry about that) that will allow you to create solutions that are more secure, robust, and flexible. You’ll discover how to use the features of C# that let you provide integrity to the objects that you use in your ...