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Beginning C# 7 Programming with Visual Studio 2017 by Jon D. Reid, Jacob Vibe Hammer, Benjamin Perkins

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INTRODUCTION

THE C# LANGUAGE WAS UNVEILED TO THE WORLD when Microsoft announced the first version of its .NET Framework in July 2000. Since then its popularity has rocketed, and it has arguably become the language of choice for desktop, web, cloud, and cross‐platform developers who use the .NET Framework. Part of the appeal of C# comes from its clear syntax, which derives from C/C++ but simplifies some things that have previously discouraged some programmers. Despite this simplification, C# has retained the power of C++, and there is now no reason not to move into C#. The language is not difficult and it's a great one to learn elementary programming techniques with. This ease of learning, combined with the capabilities of the .NET Framework, make C# an excellent way to start your programming career.

The latest release of C# is C# 7 (included with version 4.7 of the .NET Framework), which builds on the existing successes and adds even more attractive features. The latest release of Visual Studio (Visual Studio 2017) and the Visual Studio Code 2017 line of development tools also bring many tweaks and improvements to make your life easier and to dramatically increase your productivity.

This book is intended to teach you about all aspects of C# programming, including the language itself, desktop, cloud, and cross‐platform programming, making use of data sources, and some new and advanced techniques. You'll also learn about the capabilities of Visual Studio 2017 and all the ways that ...

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