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C# - The Basics by V. Mukhi, S. Shanbhag, S. Mukhi

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C# - The Basics
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Publisher: BPB Publications

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A comprehensive introductory C# book. It is written assuming no prior programming knowledge. It covers the basics, namespaces, constructors and destructors, components and databases, web enabling data, function overloading and inheritance, modifiers, virtual functions, properties and indexers, interfaces and structures, operator overloading, collection objects, attributes, the reflection API and conditionals, unsafe code.

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