Learn C Fast and Learn It Well Master C Programming with a unique Hands On Project Updated for VS Community 2017 Have you always wanted to learn computer programming but are afraid it ll be too difficult for you Or perhaps you know other programming languages but are interested in learning the C language fast This book is for you You no longer have to waste your time and money learning C from boring books that are 600 pages long, expensive online courses or complicated C tutorials that just leave you confused What this book offersC for BeginnersComplex concepts are broken down into simple steps to ensure that you can easily master the C language even if you have never coded before.Carefully Chosen C ExamplesExamples are carefully chosen to illustrate all concepts In addition, the output for all examples are provided immediately so you do not have to wait till you have access to your computer to test the examples.Careful selection of topicsTopics are carefully selected to give you a broad exposure to C , while not overwhelming you with information overload These topics include object oriented programming concepts, error handling techniques, file handling techniques and .Learn The C Programming Language FastConcepts are presented in a to the point style to cater to the busy individual With this book, you can learn C in just one day and start coding immediately.How is this book differentThe best way to learn C is by doing This book includes a unique project at the end of the book that requires the application of all the concepts taught previously Working through the project will not only give you an immense sense of achievement, itll also help you retain the knowledge and master the language.Are you ready to dip your toes into the exciting world of C coding This book is for you Click the BUY button and download it now.What you ll learn Introduction to C What is C How to install and run Visual Studio Community 2015 Data types and Operators What are the common data types in C What are arrays and lists How to format C strings What is a value type vs reference type What are the common C operators Object Oriented Programming What is object oriented programming How to write your own classes What are fields, properties, methods and constructors What is encapsulation, inheritance and polymorphism What is an abstract class and interface What is an enum and struct Controlling the Flow of a Program What are condition statements How to use control flow statements in C What are jump statements How to handle errors and exceptionsand Others How to accept user inputs and display outputs How to use LINQ to save yourself from hours of work How to work with external filesand so much .Finally, you ll be guided through a hands on project that requires the application of all the topics covered.Click the BUY button now and download the book now to start learning C Learn it fast and learn it well.Pick up your copy today by clicking the BUY NOW button at the top of this page Tags C , C tutorial, C book, learning C , C programming language, C coding, C programming for beginners, C for Dummies,.NET, Visual Studio, C operators...
|Title||:||C#: Learn C# in One Day and Learn It Well. C# for Beginners with Hands-on Project. (Learn Coding Fast with Hands-On Project Book 3) (English Edition)|
|Publisher||:||Learn Coding Fast Auflage 1 20 Oktober 2015|
|Number of Pages||:||269 Pages|
|File Size||:||970 KB|
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C#: Learn C# in One Day and Learn It Well. C# for Beginners with Hands-on Project. (Learn Coding Fast with Hands-On Project Book 3) (English Edition) Reviews
For an active project, I needed to learn the basics of C# quickly. As another reader stated, one "could possibly" cover this material in one day, but it also took me two and a half days to complete. The material is presented clearly and logically. The author builds new information based on a solid foundation of previous material presented. Most importantly, the examples work (for the most part). Where there is need for improvement is in the following: some of the examples present a series of Console.WriteLine() commands without a corresponding Console.ReadLine() command at the end of the code segment. This results in a run-away application which simply blinks onto the screen and is gone in an instant (an annoying, but minor problem). Another issue has to do with the calculation of BasicPay in the Staff class. The base pay should be predicated on a value of 160 or less for hoursWorked, but as it stands base pay is calculated on the total hours entered multiplied by the hourly rate. This is incorrect. Here is how I overcame this issue in the Staff class: int baseHoursWorked = (hWorked <= 160) ? hWorked : 160; BasicPay = baseHoursWorked * hourlyRate; TotalPay = BasicPay;In other words, when calculating base pay, the hours should never exceed 160. Anything over that would be considered overtime hours. TotalPay is set to BasicPay, and any additional funds (based on overtime hours) simply are added to TotalPay within their respective child classes.
Nach 2 Jahren Pause war das Buch genau das Richtige um sich wieder mit der Materie vertraut zu machen.Einfach und gut geschrieben
Very bad, very bad Don,t buy it, I try to download on my android phone not working and no option to return !!!!!!!!!!
I am 74, not a recommend age to start learning programming. Did a lot of programming back at the time of VisualBasic 1 thru 3 and then decided there were more interesting things... I am now a SOA specialist and I have decided it is time to start programming again, with a more modern tool and chose .Net C#. I intend to start writing web services (soon) :).The book I am reviewing has turned out to be perfect: I now understand OOP quite clearly as implemented by C# and I love debugging step by step the code which comes with the book. It makes everything so clear.the book makes sure every single line of code is explained. I am now adding my own comments, step by step into the code (can't rely much any more on the old neurons) and feel I am progressing quite steadily. Isn't this what a beginner's book should be about?Make sure to comment a copy of the code since for some reason, a nasty "Error CS0501 'Program.Main(string)' must declare a body because it is not marked abstract, extern, or partial" has begun appearing in the code :(Will keep updating this post.Update: Although I was aware of it, I failed to mention that the error mentioned above had nothing to do with the author's code -which presents no mistake that I am aware of - but rather came from my fiddling with the code. The error disappeared without explanation:)
Of course, if I am writing a review on a beginner book on C#, that suggests that I am a novice at C#, so what would I know about it? But I can tell if a book is clear, concise, well laid out, well written, accurate, etc. Compared to other books I have read in this price range and category, this is totally superior. It has an index, page numbers, good examples, well chosen content, and presented in reasonable order as to building of content. And the code is well laid out on the page also - not confusing to read.I even contacted Jamie, the author, who is extremely personable and actively involved in making any improvements to make this the best publication on the market.If you are going to get a first book on C#, I would put this at the top of the list. Until I read this book I was thinking of writing my own because of the huge incompetence or indifference as to accuracy, etc. that I have found in other entry-level publications to C#. Like I said, I am a novice, but I still thought I could write a better book than others have done - until Jamie's book.Of course, you are not going to learn C# Well in One Day - perhaps if you have a photographic memory or better. So, perhaps the title is misleading. Don't let the title throw you off though. It is a great publication.
I have been programming for 30 years including C# and other OO languages. But I never had any formal OO training. This meant I could make programs work and get correct output but my style sucked, I was usually confused and I certainly never exploited the strengths of the languages I was using. (Apology here to all the folks that had to maintain that crap after I left.) I needed conceptual help not programming techniques. The first 6 chapters teach basic programming techniques. I skimmed them but didn't learn much. Starting with chapter 7 the emphasis changed to OOP. Lightbulbs are flashing all over the place. I am having a series of epiphanies. I am thrilled with the clarity and depth of the writing. This book is exactly what I need at this point in my career. It is everything I hoped for. It gives me the vocabulary to discuss my work with my team. I cannot overemphasize that last point. Having the vocabulary is essential to understanding the tool. Well done, Jamie Chan. Well done.
This book is absolutely great at what it is intended for- a "quick and dirty" run through of C# programming Semester 1 and Semester 2- based on many easy to do, practical exercises. I really, really liked that I didn't have to stop every 2 minutes to go check out related content online nor "see author's website for the practical exercises". It's all here in the book.You may want to supplement it though with a second textbook however, to slightly better flesh out some of the concepts that are covered fairly quickly- this is a bit of a barebones book. Which frankly I enjoyed, this book didn't suffer from any of the page bloat or arcane technobabble that plague some of the developer's references and college course textbooks.My single critique- and one that I am subtracting 1 full star from my review for... is the title. It is wrong, and greatly misleading. This book will not teach you C# well in one day. It probably takes about 2 or 3 weeks to get through the book (assuming you are practicing and drilling into memory what you have learned) and even though this book is an excellent "starter guide", you will not "know C# well" from this book alone.
The book makes assumptions without clarifying previously the location or directions. It's not tremendously clear for a brand new coder and is missing critical components in it's projects, such as Console.ReadLine();. Without that line, which isn't included on the 2nd task, you cannot view output and won't know it was successful.Overall, this book is for individuals changing coding languages, not someone new to coding at all.Worth it if you know a language and just need to learn C# syntax.If you are brand new to coding, skip it.