- Taschenbuch: 222 Seiten
- Verlag: O'Reilly and Associates; Auflage: 1 (30. Juni 2012)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 1449320171
- ISBN-13: 978-1449320171
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 10,8 x 1,5 x 17,8 cm
- Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 2 Kundenrezensionen
- Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 104.113 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)
C# 5.0 Pocket Reference: Instant Help for C# 5.0 Programmers (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 30. Juni 2012
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Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende
Joseph Albahari is author of C# 3.0 in a Nutshell, LINQ Pocket Reference, and C# 3.0 Pocket Reference. He has been developing large-scale enterprise applications on .NET and other platforms for more than 15 years, and is author of LINQPad, the popular utility for querying databases in LINQ. Joseph is currently a freelance consultant.
Ben Albahari is the founder of Take On It. He was a Program Manager at Microsoft for 5 years, where he worked on several projects, including the .NET Compact Framework and ADO.NET.
Ben was the cofounder of Genamics, a provider of tools for C# and J++ programmers, as well as software for DNA and protein sequence analysis. He is a co-author of C# Essentials, the first C# book from O'Reilly, and several editions of C# in a Nutshell.
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I take it along on trips where I can put it in my pocket. It is perfect for shopping trips with my wife. It gives me something to read while waiting outside the dressing room.
So far I have bought and read this book from cover to cover every time a new version comes out. It is a great way to get a refresh on everything that is available in the core C# language.
I have pasted the table of contents below to give you an idea of how much this little book covers.
A First C# Program
Boolean Type and Operators
Strings and Characters
Variables and Parameters
Expressions and Operators
The object Type
try Statements and Exceptions
Enumeration and Iterators
Caller Info Attributes (C# 5.0)
Asynchronous Functions (C# 5.0)
Unsafe Code and Pointers
I would also recommend getting Linq Pocket Reference. I usually keep both together.
I really like that this book has an index. A very nice index. I have purchased other pocket version books and even some short full size books lately that don't have one. It is very annoying to not have an index.
Another part of this book I love is the way the authors deliver the code samples using LINQPad. I own the full auto completion version of LINQPad and it rocks. I have been using it since its first release and it has become my favorite tool when working with databases.
If you are looking for an easy to use C# language reference, this is definitely the way to go!!!
A caveat a lot of reviewers forget to add: this book, like most others, assumes your development work is in .NET and "traditional" business type applications of the framework, and NOT XNA/gaming. Since that's my field, I just want to let fellow game programmers know that this one is no different, however, the database and Linq info are equally helpful if you're programming agent/avatar functions in MMOGs using SQL or other dbms calls. Sooner or later, we all are going to have to get up to speed on these hot database topics in 5 as well as half dozen others, and this book is a great place to get both the 40,000 foot view and a lot of detail in one place. The fact that there are very few good, up to date 5 books out there cuts two ways-- there also hasn't been a lot of time to evalutate the code in this book. The few I've tried compile just fine, but I'm also leaning heavily on O'reillys reputation for scrubbing the heck out of their author's code with technical reviewers PLUS the fact that most of the examples used are very short. That said, I've NEVER found a book that doesn't have some coding errors, but that can be half the fun if you don't mind a little sleuthing and the errors aren't severe/logic level, but fairly simple syntax debugs. The one's I've tried from this book have zero "bottom debugger" warnings in Visual Studio, which you'd (at least) expect when buying a "finished" product!
A few cool tables, exhibits and highlights include: -- Full list of identifiers and keywords; -- Full list of operators in order of precedence; -- 6 kinds of constraints; -- Most commonly used exception types; -- Composing sequences diagram; -- Table of query operators; -- Complete list of preprocessor directives; and much more, including a GREAT index. There is NO BLOAT in this little book-- headings are immediately followed by glossary-like, practical applications, limits, and practical advice, then code examples and exceptions.
One warning: I ordered this with a couple other texts and it is so small that it came crushed to heck by the big boys it rode with. I had to sandwich it between two texts for two days to get the pages to straighten out. Advice-- order it alone due to it's small size, not with other bigger books!
While this pocket reference doesn't cover everything about C#, it does cover the most common methods and you will find yourself constantly flipping through the pages.
This little (ok it's thicker than most of my other pocket reference books) book has led to many "aha" moments.
I dropped one star because being so small it's easy for my coworkers to reach over and grab it while I am distracted.
I'm seriously contemplating buying a few more copies they can share so they leave me the heck alone.
this book is pretty small, and thats great! can bring it anywhere and easily read it in bed, laying on your back, sure alot easier than the bigger in a nutshell book.