C# School 14 lessons to get you started with C# and .NET by Faraz Rasheed

By Faraz Rasheed

The publication is split in to 3 revolutionary degrees. within the first newbie degree the writer discusses the .Net Framework, C# Language basics and item orientated Programming. within the moment intermediate part he is going into intensity with item orientated constructs equivalent to inheritance, polymorphism, summary periods, interfaces, buildings, enumerations and exceptions. within the 3rd and ultimate complex part he delves into what's required to enforce actual global purposes utilizing C# with Base Libraries

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Description Bitwise AND Bitwise OR Bitwise XOR Bitwise NOT “Logical” or “short circuit” AND “Logical” or “short circuit” OR The operators &, | and ^ are rarely used in usual programming practice. b; // bb would be true Logical Operators && and || are used to combine comparisons like int i=6, j=12; bool firstVar = i>3 && j<10; // firstVar would be false bool secondVar = i>3 || j<10; // secondVar would be true In the first comparison: i>3 && j<10 will result in true only if both the conditions i>3 and j<10 result in true.

Operand + * / % ++ -- Description Add Subtract Multiply Divide Remainder or modulo Increment by 1 Decrement by 1 The program below uses these operators. WriteLine("num1 = {0}, num2 = {1}", num1, num2); } } } Although the program above is quite simple, I would like to discuss some concepts here. WriteLine() method, we have used format-specifiers {int} to indicate the position of variables in the string. WriteLine("Sum of {0} and {1} is {2}", num1, num2, sum); Here, {0}, {1} and {2} will be replaced by the values of the num1, num2 and sum variables.

A method may take some input values through its parameters and may return a value of a particular data type. ) { // body of the method } For example, int FindSum(int num1, int num2) { int sum = num1 + num2; return sum; } Here, we defined a method named FindSum which takes two parameters of int type (num1 and num2) and returns a value of type int using the keyword return. If a method does not return anything, its return type would be void. Now); } The above method takes no parameter and returns nothing.

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