Chapter 1. A Little Taste of C#
If the first part of this book is supposed to be about general object concepts, then why on earth are we starting out with an introductory chapter on C#?
It's indeed true that objects are "language neutral," so what you'll learn conceptually about objects in Part One of this book, and about object modeling in Part Two, could apply equally well to any object-oriented programming language (OOPL).
We've found that seeing a sprinkling of code examples helps to cement object concepts; but we could have simply used language-neutral pseudocode—a natural-language way of expressing computer logic without worrying about the syntax of a specific language such as C#—for all our code examples in Parts One and Two.
This brings ...