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Posts Tagged ‘C#’

Data Structures

Friday, April 20th, 2018

A data structure is a collection of data of same type, grouped together by some criteria (usually, the type of data). In fact, we have already learned about one type of data structure, the array. But, aside of the array, there are other kinds of data structures, each with its own behavior, advantages and disadvantages.… Read more

C# keywords

Monday, December 26th, 2016

C# programming language defines a few keywords that have a special meaning for the compiler. When you chose your variables, classes, methods names, you must be careful to avoid using these C# keywords, or you will get compiler errors, and your program will not compile.… Read more

Comments in C#

Saturday, December 24th, 2016

Sooner or later, you will need comments in C# programs (and any other programming language, for that matter). No doubt about that. You must become accustomed to using comments in your programs that explain the processes that the software executes. This means, in short, messages to yourself (and other programmers) that will help you remember and understand in the future what the program is about and what various bits and parts of it do and behave.… Read more

C# differentiates between uppercase and lowercase

Saturday, December 24th, 2016

When you are writing your programs, you must remember that C# considers lowercase and uppercase characters as different. As a general rule, most C# commands start with a capital letter and continue with lower case letters. C# constants are usually written all in uppercase, while variables use a mix of upper and lower case letters.… Read more

Introduction to programming

Monday, December 19th, 2016

Computer programs, also known as “software”, are a series of instructions that the computer can execute. When you are creating a program, you must specify the instructions that the computer must execute in order to achieve the desired operations. The process of defining the instructions that the computer executes is called programming. Read more

The red pill

Monday, December 19th, 2016

Last year, my friends and I were discussing the possibility of starting a free online resource for teaching programming to the (to my happiness) ever increasing number of people willing to make the leap from “consumer” to “creator”, and whether such a project is realistic or not.… Read more