C# Programming in easy steps

The introduction of the Microsoft .NET framework at the Professional Developers Conference in July 2000 also saw Microsoft introduce a new programming language called C# (pronounced “see-sharp”). The name was inspired by musical notation where a # sharp symbol indicates that a written note should be a semitone higher in pitch. This notion is similar to the naming of the C++ programming language where the ++ symbol indicates that a written value should be incremented by 1.

  • C# is designed to be a simple, modern, general-purpose, object-oriented programming language, borrowing key concepts from several other languages – most notably the Java programming language. Consequently, everything in C# is a class “object” with “properties” and “methods” that can be employed by a program.
  • C# is an elegant and “type-safe” programming language that enables developers to build a variety of secure and robust applications. You can use C# to create Windows client applications, XML web services, distributed components, client-server applications, database applications, and much, much more.
  • C# is specifically designed to utilize the proven functionality built into the .NET framework “class libraries”. Windows applications written in C# therefore require the Microsoft .NET framework to be installed on the computer running the application – typically an integral component of the system.


1. Getting started
2. Storing values
3. Performing operations
4. Making statements
5. Devising methods
6. Handling strings
7. Accessing files
8. Solving problems
9. Creating objects
10. Controlling events
11. Building an application
12. Targeting devices

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