FUNDAMENTALS OF C# PROGRAMMING FOR INFORMATION SYSTEMS
George C. Philip, The University of Wisconsin – Oshkosh
Publication Date: July 25, 2016.
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Description & Features
Designed for an introductory programming course in C# for Information Systems majors, this book provides a solid foundation for building business applications. Programming concepts are discussed in the context of familiar practical applications that use graphical interfaces. A key feature of the book is that programming concepts are introduced in small chunks through examples and illustrations accompanied by hands-on tutorials. The tutorials, which are interspersed with the concepts, help students apply and explore what they learn, immediately.
- Written by an experienced instructor
- Ample illustrations and hands-on tutorials
- Focus on business and other real-world applications that use a graphical interface
- Review questions and exercises that enhance student interest and learning
- Clear presentation of concepts
- Ideal for novices and those experienced in other languages
- Thorough coverage of fundamentals, databases, collections, and GUI, with an introduction to object-oriented programming
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Introduction to Visual Studio and Programming
Chapter 2: Data Types
Chapter 3: Decision Structures and Validation
Chapter 4: Iteration Structure: Loops
Chapter 5: Methods
Chapter 6: Graphical User Interface Controls
Chapter 7: Arrays
Chapter 8: Sequential Files and Arrays
Chapter 9: Collections
Chapter 10: Graphical User Interface: Additional Controls
Chapter 11: Multi-form Applications and Menus
Chapter 12: Databases
Chapter 13: Object Oriented Programming (Online-Only Chapter, See Student Resources page)
Appendix A: Binary Files
Appendix B: Creating Databases
Appendix C: Answers to Review Questions