eBook C# 7.0 in a Nutshell: The Definitive Reference Author Joseph Albahari – Andy-palmer.co.uk

C# 7.0 in a Nutshell: The Definitive Reference When You Have Questions About C Or The CLR And Its Core Framework Assemblies, This Bestselling Guide Has The Answers You Need Since Its Debut In , C Has Become A Language Of Unusual Flexibility And Breadth, But Its Continual Growth Means There S Always To Learn Organized Around Concepts And Use Cases, This Updated Edition Provides Intermediate And Advanced Programmers With A Concise Map Of C And Knowledge Dive In And Discover Why This Nutshell Guide Is Considered The Definitive Reference On C Get Up To Speed On The C Language, From The Basics Of Syntax And Variables To Advanced Topics Such As Pointers, Operator Overloading, And Dynamic Binding Dig Deep Into LINQ Via Three Chapters Dedicated To The Topic Explore Concurrency And Asynchrony, Advanced Threading, And Parallel Programming Work With Features, Including XML, Regular Expressions, Networking, Serialization, Reflection, Application Domains, And Security Delve Into Roslyn, The Modular C Compiler As A Service


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5 thoughts on “C# 7.0 in a Nutshell: The Definitive Reference

  1. Tom Tom Tom Tom says:

    tl drI m giving this 5 stars for the content in consideration of the authors.As for the Kindle format and O Reilly s decision to not sell PDFs ZERO stars.Long story I need to learn C so decided this book would be good Upon heading over to O Reilly I discovered the uproar o


  2. JKS in Boston JKS in Boston says:

    This is a fantastic book, whether you re new to C or are an experienced C developer who wants to deepen your knowledge and understanding of the language and its core libraries Note that this book does assume a certain level of general programming experience The writing style is cle


  3. Vladimir Vladimir says:

    Paddings between book center and text on pages are too small for such large book thickness,so it is almost not possible to open book enough widely for comfortable reading.


  4. robgrie robgrie says:

    I was really enjoying this book, getting back up to speed on C after 12 years, but every time I tried navigating with bookmarks or highlights my Kindle reader would freeze, then crash Granted, my Kindle is a Fire, which is horrendously slow, but no other Kindle books I ve read on it MANY have had an


  5. Anton Anton says:

    Must read if you wanna write using c Very detailed and clear explanations But if you have read c 6 in a nutshell you basically read 99% of this book as there are very few differences between c 6 and 7, and the 7th edition adds maybe 15 pages dedicated to c 7 features


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