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C# IN DEPTH, 3RD ED
C# in depth, third edition has been thoroughly revised to cover the new features of c# 5, including the subtleties of writing maintainable asynchronous code. you'll see the power of c# in action, learning how to work with high-value features that you'll be glad to have in your toolkit. and you'll learn to avoid hidden pitfalls of c# programming with the help of crystal clear explanations of "behind the scenes" issues. this book assumes you've digested your first c# book and are hungry for more! part 1 preparing for the journey chapter 1 the changing face of c# development · starting with a simple data type · sorting and filtering · handling an absence of data · introducing linq · com and dynamic typing · writing asynchronous code without the heartache · dissecting the .net platform · making your code super awesome chapter 2 core foundations: building on c# 1 · delegates · type system characteristics · value types and reference types · beyond c# 1: new features on a solid base part 2 c# 2: solving the issues of c# 1 chapter 3 parameterized typing with generics · why generics are necessary · simple generics for everyday use · beyond the basics · advanced generics · limitations of generics in c# and other languages chapter 4 saying nothing with nullable types · what do you do when you just don’t have a value? · system.nullable and system.nullable · c# 2’s syntactic sugar for nullable types · novel uses of nullable types chapter 5 fast-tracked delegates · saying goodbye to awkward delegate syntax · method group conversions · covariance and contravariance · inline delegate actions with anonymous methods · capturing variables in anonymous methods chapter 6 implementing iterators the easy way · c# 1: the pain of handwritten iterators · c# 2: simple iterators with yield statements · real-life iterator examples · pseudo-synchronous code with the concurrency and coordination runtime chapter 7 concluding c# 2: the final features · partial types · static classes · separate getter/setter property access · namespace aliases · pragma directives · fixed-size buffers in unsafe code · exposing internal members to selected assemblies part 3 c# 3: revolutionizing data access chapter 8 cutting fluff with a smart compiler · automatically implemented properties · implicit typing of local variables · simplified initialization · implicitly typed arrays · anonymous types chapter 9 lambda expressions and expression trees · lambda expressions as delegates · simple examples using list and events · expression trees · changes to type inference and overload resolution chapter 10 extension methods · life before extension methods · extension method syntax · extension methods in .net 3.5 · usage ideas and guidelines chapter 11 query expressions and linq to objects · introducing linq · simple beginnings: selecting elements · filtering and ordering a sequence · let clauses and transparent identifiers · joins · groupings and continuations · choosing between query expressions and dot notation chapter 12 linq beyond collections · querying a database with linq to sql · translations using iqueryable and iqueryprovider · linq-friendly apis and linq to xml · replacing linq to objects with parallel linq · inverting the query model with linq to rx · extending linq to objects part 4 c# 4: playing nicely with others chapter 13 minor changes to simplify code · optional parameters and named arguments · improvements for com interoperability · generic variance for interfaces and delegates · teeny tiny changes to locking and field-like events chapter 14 dynamic binding in a static language · what? when? why? how? · the five-minute guide to dynamic · examples of dynamic typing · looking behind the scenes · implementing dynamic behavior part 5 c# 5: asynchrony made simple chapter 15 asynchrony with async/await · introducing asynchronous functions · thinking about asynchrony · syntax and semantics · asynchronous anonymous functions · implementation details: compiler transformation · using async/await effectively chapter 16 c# 5 bonus features and closing thoughts · changes to captured variables in for each loops · caller information attributes · closing thoughts appendix a linq standard query operators appendix b generic collections in .net appendix c version summaries index.

Author : Jon skeet
Publication : Dreamtech press
Isbn : 9789351192596
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