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C# 4: Important Classes and More

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This book is about OOP in C# and is a continuation of the previous book, and the current book assumes a knowledge of OOP corresponding to the content of C# 3.
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This book is about OOP in C# and is a continuation of the previous book, and the current book assumes a knowledge of OOP corresponding to the content of C# 3. The book deals with the implementation of strings in C# and else describes generic types and in relation to that, collection classes, but also concepts as delegates, lambda expressions and operator overriding.

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  • Foreword
  1. Introduction
  2. Strings
    1. StringBuilder
    2. Exercise 1: String operations
    3. Regular expressions
    4. Patterns for regular expressions
    5. Exercise 2: Some regular expressions
  3. Date and time
    1. Problem 1: Date methods
  4. Generic types
    1. Generic methods
    2. Exercise 3: Search
    3. Parameterized types
    4. The class Set
    5. Problem 2: A buffer
  5. Collection classes
    1. List<T>
    2. Exercise 4: A list
    3. LinkedList<T>
    4. Exercise 5: A LinkedList
    5. Queue<T>
    6. Exercise 6: A Queue
    7. Stack<T>
    8. Exercise 7: A Stack
    9. HashSet<T>
    10. SortedSet<T>
    11. Problem 3: A zip code table
    12. Dictionary<K,T>
    13. SortedDictionary<K, T>
    14. SortedList<K, T>
    15. Exercise 7: An index
  6. Delegates
    1. Simple delegates
    2. Enter a number
    3. Multicast delegate
    4. More on delegates
    5. Generic delegates
    6. Exercise 8: Enter an object
    7. Asynchronous delegate
    8. Callback
    9. The observer pattern
    10. Exercise 9: Temperature
    11. Events
    12. Problem 4: Tic Tac Toe
  7. Lambda expressions
  8. Operator overriding
    1. The class Counter
    2. Exercise 10: A Point type
    3. Exercise 11: A Time type
    4. The indexer
  9. User defined type converting
  10. Final example: A converter
    1. Analysis
    2. The prototype
    3. Design
    4. Programming
    5. Conversion rules maintenance
    6. The last thing

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