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From Java to C#: A Developer's Guide by Heng Ngee Mok

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Part 3: Types, operators, and flow control

Introduction

This part deals with C# types and operators. I shall be covering topics such as the different predefined types in C#, the ranges of the different numeric and floating point types, how to use the various operators, new C# operator keywords and their equivalent in Java (if any), and how operators are used in flow control.

Like the chapters in Part 2, special emphasis will be placed on the differences between C# and Java where operators and types are concerned.

I suggest that the chapters in this part are read quickly from beginning to end. It will be useful to know which operators are provided by C# so that you can come back to the relevant sections when you actually use them in your development ...

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