C# in a Nutshell a Desktop Quick Reference (Nutshell Handbook) (英語) ペーパーバック – 2002/3
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This is a concise introduction to the C# language and its syntax with brief tutorials on .NET types, and a large cross-reference of namespaces, types and members. Designed as a primary reference for daily use, it also includes background information on how to become productive quickly and goes to the source of the C# language and the APIs of the .NET Framework to present the content. Brief introductions to the language and .NET runtime offer the preparation needed for programming with the C# language, whose keywords and syntax are then detailed in subsequent chapters. The book also presents key namespaces and types of the .NET Framework base class library which provides much of the functionality and power of the language. Using C# examples, the .NET Framework covers each core area, including: strings; collections; XML; networking; input/output; serialization; assemblies; reflection; custom attributes; memory management; threading; integrating with Native DLLs; integrating with COM components; and diagnostics. It also covers language reference, plus syntax, XML documentation tags, naming and coding conventions, and the various C# development tools. Next, an extensive and quick reference to the API is presented, featuring the System namespace. Figures and tables present the main features of the namespace. For those looking create alternatives to Microsoft's implementation of the C# Programming Language and the Common Language Infrastructure as submitted to ECMA (an international standards organization), each element included in the ECMA submission is labelled. Finally, the entire reference is based on Version 1 of the .NET Framework and generated by tools written in the C# language itself.
"Neither a "how-to" book nor a rehash of Microsoft's documentation, this latest addition to O'Reilly's Nutshell series goes to the source of the language and APIs to present content in a way that professional programmers will value above all other books. ... [This book] was written for the working C SHARP programmer who will be able to find answers to most questions of syntax and functionality that he or she encounters on the job. Experienced Java and C++ programmers encountering the C SHARP language and the CLR for the first time will be able to put this book to good use." Linux Magazine, July/August 2002 "...a 'fast-packed, no-fluff' introduction to both elementary and arcane features of C SHARP and .NET...Serious C SHARP programmers will find this to be an invaluable handy reference." PC Plus, November 2002商品の説明をすべて表示する
Hopefully there will be an update for the upcoming new C++-0x standard.