C# Programming (Wikibooks)

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C# Programming (Wikibooks)

A versatile computer programming language that may be used for a wide range of development needs is called C# (pronounced "See Sharp").

This wikibook presents the principles of the C# programming language and explores a number of the base class libraries (BCL) made available by the Microsoft.NET Framework.

This book is for you whether you are a beginner programmer or an experienced programmer looking to learn C#. It is intended to help you learn to program quickly by outlining fundamental ideas and offering the necessary code. Use C# Fundamentals as a quick reference for the code you need after reading it cover to cover.

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720 pages
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