Beginning ASP.NET 4.5 in C# (Experts Voice in .Net) by Matthew MacDonald

By Matthew MacDonald

This e-book is the main entire and recent creation to ASP.NET ever written. Focussing exclusively on C#, without code samples duplicated in different languages, award profitable writer Matthew MacDonald introduces you to the very most up-to-date pondering and most sensible practices for the ASP.NET 4.5 technology.

Assuming no previous coding event, you may be taught every thing you want to recognize from the floor up. ranging from first principals, you are going to study the abilities you have to be a good ASP.NET developer who's able to development to extra refined initiatives paintings.

you will be taught how one can use item orientation and code-behind suggestions to put out your code basically in a manner different builders can simply comprehend. you will methods to question databases from inside you web content, boost your layouts utilizing ASP.NET AJAX and installation your complete web pages to construction servers. you will additionally how one can debug your code while issues get it wrong and the functionality and scalability matters that may have an effect on your internet tasks as they develop.

With you publication you could take your first step in the direction of changing into a profitable ASP.NET developer with confidence.

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40 CHAPTER 2 ■ The C# Language ■■Tip If you don’t specify accessibility, the method is always private. The examples in this book always include accessibility keywords, because they improve clarity. Most programmers agree that it’s a good approach to explicitly spell out the accessibility of your code. Invoking your methods is straightforward—you simply type the name of the method, followed by parentheses. If your method returns data, you have the option of using the data it returns or just ignoring it: // This call is allowed.

Other classes, such as DateTime, provide a combination of the two. The next example, which introduces a basic class, will use only instance members. This is the most common design and a good starting point. A Simple Class To create a class, you must define it by using a special block structure: public class MyClass { // Class code goes here. } You can define as many classes as you need in the same file. However, good coding practices suggest that in most cases you use a single file for each class. Classes exist in many forms.

Your code can then make a decision to execute different logic depending on the outcome of the condition. To build a condition, you can use any combination of literal values or variables along with logical operators. Table 2-7 lists the basic logical operators. 34 CHAPTER 2 ■ The C# Language Table 2-7. Logical Operators Operator Description == Equal to.  = Not equal to. < Less than. > Greater than. < = Less than or equal to. > = Greater than or equal to. && Logical and (evaluates to true only if both expressions are true).

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