C# has consistently been one of the top three programming languages to learn as it's used widely throughout the industry. This coursewill help you be comfortable with fundamental programming concepts of C# and be able to write simple C# programs.
C # is a simple, modern, general-purpose, object-oriented programming language developed by Microsoft within their .NET startups, developed primarily by Anders Hejlsberg, a section architect. Software famous for Turbo Pascal, Delphi, J ++, WFC products. This course will provide you with a basic knowledge of C # programming through basic concepts and practical exercises in the C # programming language.
Basic characteristics of the C # language:
- A pure object-oriented language (what is object-oriented is presented in the C # Advance course)
- The language is quite simple, only about 80 keywords and more than ten built-in data types.
- Provide features that are component-oriented like Property, Event
- C # with Garbage Collector will automatically collect memory when it is no longer used.
Applications of C#
Application on Windows:
With the help of the .Net framework, "C #" is used to develop windows-based applications for desktop computers. Many popular Windows applications such as Microsoft Office, Skype, Photoshop and Visual Studio tools are developed in this language.
Components and controls:Components and controls are libraries that can be used to create something that is easy to distribute and share. The GPS library is a great example for a library that can be built by a programmer and easily distributed to other programmers for use in their applications. It is also used to build server components and many other tasks.
With the help of the .NET framework, C # is able to create many web applications using asp.net. It is another popular language that anyone can learn immediately when they want to make web applications run smoothly on a web server. Windows applications run on both the server as well as in the client's browser, depending on how the code is written. If C # is used in the backend encoding, then the C # code runs on the server and the HTML frontend runs in the client's browser.
Objective of the course.
- Fluency in basic programming in the C # language.
- Understand the variable's data type and use it appropriately.
- Use operators in C #.
- Understand the nature of some of the commands as well as the statements in C #:
- Array structure.
- String structure.
- Conditional statement.
- Learn about the DateTime class in C #.
- Understand and use and write functions in C #.
In this course, we will only learn the most basic concepts of programming and practice in the C # language.