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Home >  Training_modules >  Dist-a >  Writingoocsharp >  Writing Object Oriented Software with C#
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Writing Object Oriented Software with C#

  • Tutorial Document - A complete tutorial document on Learning C#. This tutorial includes information, as well as exercises and references to source code.
  • Sample Code (requires login) - A solution file with projects relating to the content of the tutorial document. The VisualStudio.NET solution file (.sln) can be opened directly with VisualStudio.NET, where you can build, modify, and run the code samples.
  • Slide Presentation - A slide presentation which briefly touches upon the topics found in the tutorial document.

If you are using this material for self-study, you can start with any of the three items above, however it is suggested that you read the tutorial before attempting to work with the sample code. The slide presentation can be useful as a quick introduction to the concepts in the tutorial. If you will be presenting the slide presentation, it is best to read the tutorial file and go through the source code samples first. I hope that you find the information in these tutorials helpful, and I hope that you enjoy programming with the .NET Framework!

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Kudos to C#

The operator overloading and type conversion features of the language are beautifully integrated (unlike operator overloading in C++) and are undoubtedly useful in many ways.

-- Oren Yeshua , December 10, 2001
I recommend this tutorial to everyone who knows Java and wants to have a smooth transition to C#. I will keep refering to this tutorial as I learn.
-- Halil Erhan , January 18, 2002
Good tutorial, I'll definitely use this as reference material.
-- Bryan Chen , February 17, 2002
Very helpful!
-- Kuniaki Tran , March 03, 2002
A helpful tutorial.
-- Peter Zabierek , March 27, 2002
One book i recommend for all enthusiasts/serious developers is "Beginner's C#" by Herb Schildt. As an author Herb Schildt needs no introduction. His books are famous for his writing style. Although the initial chapters are very dry (basics of loops and conditional statements), i've been doing every example in the book, and there are a few surprising differences between C++ and C#. Point in case, don't skip a module even if it sounds boring. Module 5 onwards got interesting for me; thats where you get into the meat of C#.
-- Kulin Parikh , March 28, 2002
-- Kirk Boone , April 10, 2002
Good place to start for oject oriented C#.
-- Trent Taufer , April 18, 2002
good job
-- Jacob Richman , May 07, 2002
rather helpful!
-- kelly cai , May 18, 2002
Really good for a newbie like me..
-- Larry Mak , September 04, 2002
Another great tutorial, helps make transition to C# from C++ easier.
-- Alex McMahon , October 15, 2004
This is simply amazing...
-- G C , July 28, 2005
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