The course includes a review of the basic constructs of C# language with detailed explanations of the C# regular expressions, delegates, events, generics and collections. It also covers exception handling, threading and synchronization. Sample applications will be used to illustrate core concepts, and the instructor will present real-world code examples in class.
Upon completing the course, students possess the skills necessary to start developing .NET applications using the C# programming language. C# beginners can start on this course.
At the conclusion of the course, you should be able to
- Use C# language for basic-intermediate-advanced level of programs
- Design and Debug software based on C# basic-intermediate-advanced features
- C# language basics
- Developing and Debugging programs using Visual Studio
- Objects and Types
- Inheritance and Polymorphism
- Errors and Exceptions
- Strings and Regular Expressions
- Generics and Collections
- Exceptions, Threading and Security
- File input/output
- Case Study for Windows Application
Skills Needed: Some programming experience with a high-level language such as C, C++, Java or Visual Basic. C# knowledge is not required.
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