The book itself is quite thin but covers enough of C# to make it useful for an introduction and to see the potential for the .NET framework.
The topics covered:
- Introduction and tutorial for C#
- The Common Language Runtime (CLR)
- A minimal program in C#
- Identifiers and variables
- Classes and interfaces
- Exception handling
- Unsafe code
- Programming with the built-in .NET Framework classes
- Math and string classes
- Support for regular expressions
- I/O and networking classes
- .NET assemblies and deployment issues
- Interoperability with COM and .NET
- Overview of .NET packages for common programming tasks (including collections, Web services, XML, and Web-based applications)
- Essential .NET tools
- References to C# keywords
- References and format specifiers
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