Programming With C#

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Obiettivo del corso: Programming with C#  Course No. 2124C · Five days · Instructor-led The goal of this course is to provide students with the knowledge and skills they need to develop C# applications for the Microsoft® .NET Platform. The course focuses on C# program structure, language syntax, and implementation details. C# was created to be the programming language best suited for .
Rivolto a: This course is intended for experienced developers who already have programming experience in C, C++, Visual Basic, or Java. These developers will be likely to develop enterprise business solutions.

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· Requisiti

Before attending this course, students must have: · Experience with programming in C, CC++, Visual Basic, Java, or another programming language

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Programming with C#

Course

No. 2124C · Five days · Instructor-led

The goal of this course is to provide students with the knowledge and skills they need to develop C# applications for the Microsoft® .NET Platform. The course focuses on C# program structure, language syntax, and implementation details.

C# was created to be the programming language best suited for writing enterprise applications for .NET. C# combines the high productivity of

Microsoft Visual Basic® with the raw power of C++.

It is a simple, object-oriented, and type-safe programming language that is based on the C and C++ family of languages.

Audience

This course is intended for experienced developers who already have programming experience in C, C++, Visual Basic, or Java. These developers will be likely to develop enterprise business solutions.

At Course Completion

After completing this course, students will be able to:

· List the major elements of the .NET Framework and explain how C# fits into the .NET Platform.

· Analyze the basic structure of a C# application and be able to document, debug, compile, and run a simple application.

· Create, name, and assign values to variables.

· Use common statements to implement flow control, looping, and exception handling.

· Create methods (functions and subroutines) that can return values and take parameters.

· Create, initialize, and use arrays.

· Explain the basic concepts and terminology of object-oriented programming.

· Use common objects and reference types.

· Create, initialize, and destroy objects in a C# application.

· Build new C# classes from existing classes.

· Create self-contained classes and frameworks in a C# application.

· Define operators, use delegates, and add event specifications.

· Implement properties and indexers.

· Use predefined and custom attributes.

Prerequisites

Before attending this course, students must have:

· Experience with programming in C,

C++, Visual Basic, Java, or another programming language.

· Familiarity with the Microsoft

.NET strategy as described on the Microsoft .NET

· Familiarity with the .NET

Framework as described on the MSDN® Magazine

Microsoft Certified Professional Exams

There is no

MCP exam associated with this course.

Student Materials

· The student kit includes a comprehensive workbook and other necessary materials for this class.

·Module 1:

Overview of the Microsoft .NET Platform

The following topics are covered in this module:

· Introduction to the .NET Platform

· Overview of the .NET Framework

· Benefits of the .NET Framework

· The .NET Framework Components

· Languages in the .NET Framework

After completing this module, you will be able to list the major elements of the .NET Framework and explain how the C# language fits into the .NET Platform. This includes:

· Describing the .NET Platform.

· Listing the main elements of the .NET Platform.

· Explaining the language support in the .NET Framework.

· Describing the .NET Framework and its components.

Module 2
: Overview of C#

The following topics are covered in this module:

· Structure of a C# Program

· Basic Input/Output Operations

· Recommended Practices

· Compiling, Running, and Debugging

After completing this module, you will be able to analyze the basic structure of a C# application and be able to document, debug, compile, and run a simple application.

This includes:

· Explaining the structure of a simple C# program.

· Using the Console class of the System namespace to perform basic input/output operations.

· Handling exceptions in a C# program.

· Generating Extensible Markup

Language (XML) documentation for a C# application.

· Compiling and executing a C# program.

· Using the Microsoft Visual

Studio® Debugger to trace program execution.

Module 3
: Using Value-Type Variables

The following topics are covered in this module:

· Common Type System

· Naming Variables

· Using Built-In Data Types

· Creating User-Defined Data Types

· Converting Data TypesAfter completing this module, you will be able to create, name, and assign values to variables. This includes:

· Describing the types of variables that you can use in C# applications.

· Naming your variables according to standard C# naming conventions.

· Declaring variables by using built-in data types.

· Assigning values to variables.

· Converting existing variables from one data type to another.

· Creating and using your own data types.

Module 4
: Statements and Exceptions

The following topics are covered in this module:

· Introduction to Statements

· Using Selection Statements

· Using Iteration Statements

· Using Jump Statements

· Handling Basic Exceptions

· Raising Exceptions

After completing this module, you will be able to use common statements to implement flow control, looping, and exception handling. This includes:

· Describing the different types of control statements.

· Using jump statements.

· Using selection statements.

· Using iteration statements.

· Handling and raising exceptions.

Module 5: Methods and Parameters

The following topics are covered in this module:

· Using Methods

· Using Parameters

· Using Overloaded Methods

After completing this module, you will be able to create methods (functions and subroutines) that can return values and take parameters.

This includes:

· Creating static methods that accept parameters and return values.

· Passing parameters to methods in different ways.

· Declaring and using overloaded methods.

Module 6: Arrays

The following topics are covered in this module:

· Overview of Arrays

· Creating Arrays

· Using Arrays

After completing this module, you will be able to create, initialize, and use arrays. This includes:

· Creating, initializing, and using arrays of varying rank.

· Using command-line arguments in a C# program.

· Describing the relationship between an array variable and an array instance.

· Using arrays as parameters for methods.

· Returning arrays from methods.

Module 7: Essentials of Object-Oriented

Programming

The following topics are covered in this module:

· Classes and Objects

· Using Encapsulation

· C# and Object Orientation

· Defining Object-Oriented Systems

After completing this module, you will be able to explain the basic concepts and terminology of object-oriented programming. This includes:

· Defining the terms object and class in the context of object-oriented programming.

· Describing the three core aspects of an object: identity, state, and behavior.

· Describing abstraction and how it helps you to create reusable classes that are easy to maintain.

· Using encapsulation to combine methods and data in a single class and enforce abstraction.

· Explaining the concepts of inheritance and polymorphism.

· Creating and using classes in C#.

Module 8: Using Reference-Type Variables

The following topics are covered in this module:

· Using Reference-Type Variables

· Using Common Reference Types

· The Object Hierarchy

· Namespaces in the .NET

Framework

· Data Conversions

After completing this module, you will be able to use common objects and reference types. This includes:

· Describing the key differences between reference types and value types.

· Using common reference types such as string.

· Explaining how the object type works and becoming familiar with the methods it supplies.

· Describing common namespaces in the .NET Framework.

· Determining whether different types and objects are compatible.

· Explicitly and implicitly converting data types between reference types.

· Performing boxing and unboxing conversions between reference and value data.

Module 9: Creating and Destroying ObjectsThe following topics are covered in this module:

· Using Constructors

· Initializing Data

· Objects and Memory

· Resource Managements

After completing this module, you will be able to create, initialize, and destroy objects in a C# application. This includes:

· Using constructors to initialize objects.

· Creating overloaded constructors that can accept varying parameters.

· Describing the lifetime of an object and what happens when it is destroyed.

· Creating destructors and using Finalize methods.

Module 10: Inheritance in C#

The following topics are covered in this module:

· Deriving Classes

· Implementing Methods

· Using Sealed Classes

· Using Interfaces

· Using Abstract Classes

After completing this module, you will be able to build new C# classes from existing classes. This includes:

· Deriving a new class from a base class and calling members and constructors of the base class from the derived class.

· Declaring methods as virtual and override or hiding them as required.

· Sealing a class so that it cannot be derived from.

· Implementing interfaces by using both the implicit and explicit methods.

· Describing the use of abstract classes and their implementation of interfaces.

Module 11: Aggregation, Namespaces, and

Advanced Scope

The following topics are covered in this module:

· Using Internal Classes, Methods, and Data

· Using Aggregation

· Using Namespaces

· Using Modules and Assemblies

After completing this module, you will be able to create self-contained classes and frameworks in a C# application. This includes:

· Using internal access to allow classes to have privileged access to each other.

· Using aggregation to implement powerful patterns such as Factories.

· Using namespaces to organize classes.

· Creating simple modules and assemblies.

Module 12:
Operators and EventsThe following topics are covered in this module:

· Introduction to Operators

· Operator Overloading

· Creating and Using Delegates

· Defining and Using EventsAfter completing this module, you will be able to define operators, use delegates, and add event specifications. This includes:

· Defining operators to make a class or struct easier to use.

· Using delegates to decouple a method call from a method implementation.

· Adding event specifications to a class to allow subscribing classes to be notified of changes in object state.

Module 13
: Properties and Indexers

The following topics are covered in this module:

· Using Properties

· Using Indexers

After completing this module, you will be able to implement properties and indexers. This includes:

· Creating properties to encapsulate data within a class.

· Defining indexers to gain access to classes by using array-like notation.

Module 14
: Attributes

The following topics are covered in this module:

· Overview of Attributes

· Defining Custom Attributes

· Retrieving Attribute Values

After completing this module, you will be able to use predefined and custom attributes. This includes:

· Using common predefined attributes.

· Creating simple custom attributes.

· Querying attribute information at run time

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