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Post by Jean Uwumuremyi on August 23 at 04:25:26 PM

I am taking C# at a community college, all the teacher does is tell us to read some chapters in the book. Hopefully these lectures will help me!

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Tue Mar 3, 2015 8:55 PM

Post by David Löfqvist on March 3, 2015

I would like to build a gui that asks random math questions and stores the results. Will I have the "know how" after this course?

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Tue Feb 24, 2015 9:50 AM

Post by David Löfqvist on February 24, 2015

How many weeks would you recommend for this course?

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Wed Dec 17, 2014 6:45 PM

Post by Joseph Mitchener on December 8, 2014

I downloaded the code. Moved it from "downloads" into my Visual Studio directory. Unzipped it. Tried to open it. Can get only the class view and other stuff.  How do I get your human readable code?

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Fri Jan 17, 2014 3:16 PM

Post by temitope john olukayode on January 17, 2014

Great video. thanks

Introduction Hello World

  • Designed for the Absolute Beginner
  • Can use any version of Visual Studio
  • Important to do the Homework
  • Take notes, they help with memorization
  • Don't take both courses at once
  • Rapid Application Development (RAD) language
  • Imperative programs execute line-by-line
  • Event-driven programs execute as user creates "events"
  • Since C# is converted to a Common Intermediate Language to run, it can be converted to other .Net languages
  • Console.Write() and Console.WriteLine() are used to output text to the console window
  • Console.Beep() beeps the speaker
  • Console.Clear() clears the console screen
  • You can collapse sections of code to make navigating your program easier
  • Green bar on the left-hand side of your code indicates successfully-saved code
  • Yellow bar on the left-hand side of your code indicates unsaved code
  • "Pinning" your panels open keeps them open
  • "Unpinning" your panels allows them to auto-collapse and gives you more space on your screen
  • Using Intellisense makes coding faster and less error-prone
  • When writing text to the console window, be mindful of extra spaces!