by Robin A. Reynolds-Haertle
Microsoft Press © 2002 (393 pages)
This intuitive, self-paced learning title is designed to help you master the basics of object-oriented programming with Visual Basic.NET or Visual C#.
Table of Contents
OOP with Microsoft Visual Basic .NET and Microsoft Visual C# .NET Step by Step
Chapter 1 - Writing Your First Object-Oriented Program Chapter 2 - Creating Class Instances with Constructors Chapter 3 - Creating Fields and Properties
Chapter 4 - Working with Methods
Chapter 5 - Using Inheritance to Create Specialized Classes Chapter 6 - Designing Base Classes as Abstract Classes Chapter 7 - Responding to Changes with Events and Exceptions Chapter 8 - Putting It All Together with Components Chapter 9 - Providing Services Using Interfaces
Chapter 10 - Using Classes Interchangeably Through Polymorphism Chapter 11 - Using Shared and Static Members
Chapter 12 - Overloading Operators with Visual C#
Chapter 13 - Saving Instance Data
Chapter 14 - Reducing Complexity by Design
Appendix - Additional Resources
List of Sidebars
OOP with Microsoft Visual Basic .NET and
Microsoft Visual C# .NET Step by Step
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Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Reynolds-Haertle, Robin A., 1959-
OOP with Microsoft Visual Basic .NET and Microsoft Visual C# Step by Step / Robin A. Reynolds-Haertle.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
1. Object-oriented programming (Computer science). 2. Microsoft Visual BASIC. 3. C# (Computer program language) I. Title.
QA76.64 .R495 2001 005.2’768—dc21 2001052122
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