Chapter 4. Working with Objects in C#
Topics in This Chapter
Creating Objects: Learn how to use a factory design pattern to create objects.
Exception Handling: Effective exception handling requires an understanding of how exceptions are thrown and caught in .NET. Along with an overview of exception handling, this section looks at how to create custom exception objects.
Using System.Object Methods: Familiarity with the
System.Objectmethods is necessary if you want to create custom collection classes that implement the standard features found in classes contained in the Framework Class Library.
Collection Classes and Interfaces: .NET offers a variety of collection classes for managing multiple objects. This section looks at arrays, hash tables, and ...