C# Programmer's Handbook by Gregory S. Macbeth

By Gregory S. Macbeth

Speedy and simple to exploit, this reference presents a close exam of the C# language as utilized in .NET improvement for either the present model of .NET (1.1), and imminent model 2.0.

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The second operand is the name of the Queue collection that was declared. WriteLine(y); } To remove items from the Queue, call the Dequeue method. The oldest items are always removed from the Queue first. Dequeue(); If you want to clear the whole Queue at once, you can use the Clear method. Clear(); The following example demonstrates how to use Queues. Clear(); } } } Stacks A Stack represents a simple last-in, first-out (LIFO) collection of type. A Stack is implemented as a circular buffer, where the last item in is always the first item out.

An interface in or of itself cannot be instantiated, but it can be used as a base class. In fact, only interfaces can be used in multiple inheritance of a derived class. Caution Be very careful when you derive a new class from two interfaces that contain the same method signatures. Under these circumstances, you must use explicit interface implementation, as well as make sure you call the method using a reference type of that interface. If you derive a new class from interfaces with the same method signatures, you must use explicit interface implementation, and then call the method using a reference type of that interface.

Chapter_4___Program_Control { class ifelse { static void Main(string[] args) { int a = 5, b = 5, c = 10; //Compares a to b. If they are equal, then the expression //is true and WriteLine is called. WriteLine(c); } } } switch … case The switch … case statement accepts a single integral value in the switch statement, and then compares that value with other values that are defined in the case statement. switch(value) { case value: break; default: break; } Note Unlike the C++ implementation of switch … case statements, in C#, there is no fall-through between case statements.

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