Introducing c# (hemant)

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Introducing c# (hemant)

  1. 1. Introducing of C# C# is a :- Known as c-sharp is an object- oriented programming language introducing by Microsoft. specially designed to work with Microsoft, .Net platform . Introducing C# Compliers 1) A complier convert programs with in a particular programming language into the Machine language. 2) A compiler take the programming language instructions as the input- process- then and convert then to machine language. The following figure show the working of a complier. Program Written in language1 - Complier for language --> Machine language1 . Program Written in language 2- Complier for language 2--> Machine Language2. 1. Select all programs 2. Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 3. Visual Studio Tools 4. Visual Studio Command Prompt 5. your file extension want to .cs . Simple Program of C# language
  2. 2. using System; class HEMANT { public static void Main() { Console.WriteLine("WELCOME TO MY FIRST C# PROGRAM"); } } THEN this program we will save on file.cs extension. then we complie this program our output is (WELCOME TO MY FIRST C# PROGRAM) 1> "System" is a Name Space . 2> "class" is predefined class. The System name space contains many predefined classes . we Write using system as the first line in our the c# program file to include all the predefined classes in the end of the line; (TERMINATOR). DATA TYPE 1 Int Numeric , 2 2 String Collection of character --> "NIIT" 3 Char Single latter --> 'M' 4 Float Decimal --> 1.12354 5 Double Decimal --> 1.1223
  3. 3. 6 Boolean Value --> 0 or 1 Example :- int age =30 string name ="HEMANT" char letter= Accept value from user string format "2" + "3" integer i. Declare variable ii. Accept value x = Convert.ToInt32(Console.ReadLine); Class Method

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