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Beginning C programmers will find C 2010 All-in-One For Dummies . Bill Sempf is a seasoned programmer and . NET evangelist specializing i. ET applications. Chuck Sphar is a programmer and former senior technical writer for the Visual C++ product group at Microsoft. Stephen Randy Davis is the bestselling author of several books, including C++ For Dummies. Библиографические данные. C 2010 All-in-One For Dummies -For dummies.

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Bill Sempf, Charles Sphar, Stephen R. Davis Stephen Randy Davis is the bestselling author of several books, including C++ For Dummies. ISBN: 978-0-470-56348-9 April 2010 864 Pages. Beginning C programmers will find C 2010 All-in-One For Dummies explains a complicated topic in an easy, understandable way.

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C# is a complicated programming language for building.NET-connected software for Microsoft Windows, the Web, and a widerange of devices. The friendly All-in-One For Dummies formatis a perfect way to present it. Each minibook is a self-containedpackage of necessary information, making it easy to find whatyou're looking for.

Upgrades in C# 2010 include the ability to build Windows 7applications and compatibility with Python and Ruby.

C# is a somewhat complex programming language for building.NET-connected software for Microsoft Windows, the Web, and otherdevicesBeginning C# programmers will appreciate how the All-in-Oneformat breaks the topic into minibooks, each one addressing a keybody of informationMinibooks include creating your first C# program, Windows 7programming, basic C# programming, object-based programming,object-oriented programming, Windows programming with C# and VisualStudio, and debuggingCompanion Web site includes all sample code

Beginning C# programmers will find C# 2010 All-in-One ForDummies explains a complicated topic in an easy, understandableway.

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Comments: (7)

Enditaling
I have always enjoyed the Dummies series of books and they have always been first rate. This one is not.

The first 6 Chapters are really good. Starting with the 7th chapter the writer starts using lots of code techniques that have never been explained before as examples for what he is currently describing. For example he throws in the try and catch code when he does not explain these until two chapters later.

I have been in the computer business since 1972 and I currently program in over 16 programming languages. C# is not one of them, so I was hoping for a way to learn this skill. This book would lose most people.

I skipped ahead to see what else was in the book to find out the publisher had made a mistake in my pages went from 360 to 409, missing 49 pages. It then went from 456 back to 409 again.
I just can not recommend this book to anyone. Sorry.
nadness
I've successfully used the Dummies series for many different things and have found them very good, with the exception of this book. Coupled with the many references to "see the code examples" Sempf has left this message dated 6/7/11 on his web site.
"My web server's hard drive failed, and I am having a devil of a time getting it back up. I decided a few weeks ago to get the code up on GitHub, and set up some pages for errata and whatnot, but that is sloow in coming. I am learning too in that arena.

So, for now we have this Tumble Log. I will have the GitHub Pages account up and running by the end of the month if at all possible."
His code is not on the dummies web site.
A large part of the book gives you excerpts of code, but not enough to make a program.
This will be the first Dummy book that I've returned.
I suggest that you bypass this.
Galubel
The problem with this book is that it only gives one example for any of the commands or code that you will be using. They are almost all ways math related, so if you want to use this in say a Charlene for a game your out of luck. Then the writers have skipped parts of the code to save paper! Seriously! This book is designed for those who have no idea what they are doing and they are skipping valuable parts! Another problem this book has is that it tells you things at the wrong time! For example you can create "regions" in c#. These allow you to categorize parts of your code, and remove them from the screen. The problem is that they tell you this on the very first page, before you have written one line of code. If you're heart is set out on getting this then buy the hardcover so you can at least return it.
Rude
This covers what the teachers wont..... I don't know why they didn't cover all the information we need as students.
Lanionge
First, I should state that I haven't been a huge fan of the For Dummies Books in the past. I hadn't cracked one open in several years, though, so when someone suggested this book and gave me a copy, I decided to give it a fair chance.

I was pleasantly surprised. It's a solid book covering a wide variety of topics in C#, as well as object oriented programming in general. It's by no means a deep dive into most of the subjects, but it isn't meant to be. It honestly excels at what it sets out to do - take you from step one of writing your first program to showing you more advanced topics such as WPF in order to get you working. It even spends an entire mini-book going over what's new in C# 4.0

I've been writing code since the late 80's or early 90's and have been doing it professionally for a number of years, the last few of which have been in C#, so I was tempted to skip the first two books and get to what I considered the "meat" - the things I hadn't learned yet. I'm glad that I didn't because I even picked up some things that I didn't know in the first two "intro" mini-books.

Personally, I loved the more hands on style of giving an example that you can try out and then explaining what's happening, providing the theory behind the code as you go. It's an improvement over a lot of books that just tend to throw seemingly endless streams of information at you with no practical application. The use of humor to break things up and keep the reader entertained was also greatly appreciated, because it helps a lot of people (myself included) remember the material better.

Unlike the other reviewer, my book was in perfect condition with no missing or mislabeled pages, so I can assure you that not all copies of the book contain that flaw.

In all, I'd recommend this book to anyone who wants to learn more about C# or wants to try it for the first time. It's a good read and will probably become a reference for me.
Dukinos
I don't know if that is just temporary, but at the time I purchased this book, The website the book references to go and download all the source codes is unavailable. I know it isn't the proper way to use the review system, but I would like to warn people to check csharpfordummies.net before purchasing. If it's up, fine. If it's not, be warned you will have to type everything word for word. Also, if there's something that has changed between now and the time this book was published, please let me know so I can go use the book properly. I had the same problem with a C++ for dummies ebook, and would prefer to do at least one of these programming language tutorials properly.

Also, if you're as ignorant as I am, be warned that Visual Studio is EXPENSIVE!!! I would have had no problem buying it if it were only like $30 for a simple license, but the cheapest I've seen anywhere was $50, and even that was a 50% off deal on a 2010 version of the software for download on another site! The book points out Mono. Anyone with no budget (like me) should use Mono for your IDE and get a free trial of Visual Studio when you're ready to do the book that focuses on that program.

Other than that, I have no reason so far to be dissatisfied with the book. Haven't jumped into the language yet, but I learned a lot about what it's used for. I think this will be another interesting adventure, as with every other programming language I've tried to learn.
C# 2010 All-in-One For Dummies download epub
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Author: Stephen R. Davis,Bill Sempf
ISBN: 0470563486
Category: Computers & Technology
Subcategory: Programming
Language: English
Publisher: For Dummies; 1 edition (April 26, 2010)
Pages: 864 pages