It is time to put your critical thinking hat on today because today we are going to go over decision making in C#. If you have been following along on my blog, you will know that I am currently covering the basics of the C# programming language as a way to kickstart my way back into blogging. This blog post is just one of many C# articles posted and to be posted on this blog.
It’s time to get to get out your math hat because today we will be covering C# operators and expressions. In this article, I will cover the different types of operators along with how to use them properly by providing real code examples. I will also discuss expressions and how they relate to operators. This post is just one of many posts covering various topics in C# as I continue towards my goal of learning the C# programming language. I hope if you are reading this you will find some value in the content.
In this article, I will be discussing C# variables and the difference between primitive and non-primitive types. This post is just one of many posts covering various topics in C# as I continue towards my goal of learning the C# programming language. If you have done any developing with any other programming language, then variables should not be anything new to you as they are essential for any productive language.
Here recently I began developing Windows and web applications in C#. First I started off with Windows console applications and then I worked my way up to building out an entire workout log web application. Along the way, I did some testing and debugging of my applications. Believe it or not, I was able to completely develop, test, and deploy all of my applications with just one single program. This program is Visual Studio, which is an IDE developed by Microsoft for the Windows platform.
A while back I was exposed to C# and .NET through my employer and being the learning guru that I am I decided to learn as much as I could about the topic. I figured it could only help me with my current job and maybe I could do something fun with it on the side. After a long break from blogging, I have decided to start posting more regularly. This post marks the beginning of a multi-post C# introduction and getting started tutorial.