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By Herbert Schildt

Crucial Skills--Made Easy!Let grasp programmer and bestselling writer Herb Schildt train you the basics of C#, Microsoft's ultimate programming language for the .NET Framework. you are going to start through studying to create, assemble, and run a C# application. Then it is directly to information kinds, operators, keep an eye on statements, equipment, periods, and items. you are going to additionally know about inheritance, interfaces, houses, indexers, exceptions, occasions, namespaces, generics, and masses extra. after all, new C# 3.0 gains, resembling LINQ, lambda expressions, and nameless varieties, are integrated. commence programming in C# 3.0 this day with support from this fast paced, hands-on tutorial.Designed for simple studying: Key abilities & Concepts--Lists of particular talents coated within the bankruptcy Ask the Expert--Q&A sections choked with bonus info and worthy suggestions test This--Hands-on routines that exhibit the best way to observe your skillsNotes--Extra info on the topic of the subject being coveredSelf-Tests--Chapter-ending quizzes to check your knowledgeAnnotated Syntax--Example code with statement that describes the programming strategies being illustrated

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Count C. count27 D. 67count E. 0: A Beginner’s Guide 7. How do you create a single-line comment? How do you create a multiline comment? 8. Show the general form of the if statement. Show the general form of the for loop. 9. How do you create a block of code? 10. Is it necessary to start each C# program with the following statement? using System; 11. The moon’s gravity is about 17 percent that of Earth’s. Write a program that computes your effective weight on the moon. 12. Adapt the FtoCTable program in “Try This: Improve the Temperature Conversion Program” so that it prints a conversion table of inches to meters.

There are certain statements that encourage some additional indenting; these will be covered later. Try This Improve the Temperature Conversion Program You can use the for loop, the if statement, and code blocks to create an improved version of the Fahrenheit-to-Celsius converter that you developed in the first Try This example. This new version will print a table of conversions, beginning with 0 degrees Fahrenheit and ending with 99. After every 10 degrees, a blank line will be output. This is accomplished through the use of a variable called counter that counts the number of lines that have been output.

Using System; class Use_byte { static void Main() { byte x; int sum; sum = 0; for(x = 1; x <= 100; x++) sum = sum + x; Use a byte variable to control a for loop. WriteLine("Summation of 100 is " + sum); } } The output from the program is shown here: Summation of 100 is 5050 Since the for loop runs only from 0 to 100, which is well within the range of a byte, there is no need to use a larger type variable to control it. Of course, byte could not have been used to hold the result of the summation because 5050 is far outside its range.

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