By Paul Kimmel
Complex C# Programming is set programmers and code. This ebook was
conceived round the concept of offering loads of code listings for programmers
who have to clear up difficulties now.
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the bankruptcy and describing the categories of difficulties that you could be stumble upon and the way the code
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demonstrate either basic and secondary services of C# and Microsoft .NET.
Advanced C# Programming used to be written for builders who've an intermediate to
advanced point of expertise with related languages, resembling C++, Delphi, or visible Basic
.NET, or who've learn an introductory-level publication explaining the basics of objectoriented
programming with C#.
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We’ll leave the example and look at the mechanics of using properties. Properties are effectively methods. Properties can have a getter and a setter. The getter is the property method that is called when a property is used as a right-hand-side value. The setter is called when the property is used as a left-hand-side value. TIP You do not have to have an underlying field associated with a property. The value of the property can be derived rather than stored in a field. Properties, like any member, can have access modifiers, which are usually public for properties.
Attribute][Modifiers]Return-Type Name( [parameters] ) All grammatical features in  are optional. You do not have to use attributes when implementing methods (or other members); when you understand them, you will know when and why to use attributes. Modifiers, such as public, describe accessibility. Modifiers relate to the information hiding. All methods require a return type. The equivalent of a procedure is a method that returns void, and functions return a non-void data type. The Name of a method should be a verb of a verb phrase.
Finally, destructors have no modifiers or parameters. Non-Deterministic Destruction and Garbage Collection C# uses non-deterministic destruction. The CLR implements a garbage collector that cleans up memory when objects are no longer used. This means that you don’t have to worry as much about destructors in C# as you do in C++ or Delphi. The garbage collector will call the destructor for your objects when they are no longer needed. The destructor will call any Finalize method. Collect, but this is not a recommended process.