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C# 3.0 Pocket Reference: Instant Help for C# 3.0 Programmers
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This book is for busy programmers who want a succinct and yet readable guide to C# 3.0 and LINQ. C# 3.0 Pocket Reference tells you exactly what you need to know, without long introductions or bloated samples.
Despite its conciseness, this book doesn't skimp on depth or detail, and embraces the conceptual challenges in learning C# 3.0 and LINQ. Tightly focused and highly practical, this pocket reference covers more ground than many of the big books on C#.
C# 3.0 Pocket Reference includes plenty of illustrations and code examples to explain:
You'll also find chapters on unsafe code and pointers, preprocessor directives, XML documentation, and a framework overview. If you're already familiar with Java, C++, or an earlier version of C#, C# 3.0 Pocket Reference is an ideal choice.
No other book or online resource can get you up to speed so quickly.
When you're programming C# 4.0 and need a little help, this tightly focused and practical book tells you exactly what you need to know — without long introductions or bloated examples. It's ideal as a succinct quick reference or as a guide to get you rapidly up to speed if you already know Java, C++, or an earlier version of C#.
Written by the authors of the acclaimed C# 4.0 in a Nutshell (OReilly), this book covers the entire C# 4.0 language — without skimping on the details — including:
About the Author
Joseph Albahari is author of C# 3.0 in a Nutshell, LINQ Pocket Reference, and C# 3.0 Pocket Reference. He has been developing large-scale enterprise applications on .NET and other platforms for more than 15 years, and is author of LINQPad, the popular utility for querying databases in LINQ. Joseph is currently a freelance consultant.
Ben Albahari is the founder of Take On It. He was a Program Manager at Microsoft for 5 years, where he worked on several projects, including the .NET Compact Framework and ADO.NET.
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Chapter 1: C# 3.0 Pocket Reference
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