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C# VB. NET Conversion Pocket Reference. (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 13. Mai 2002

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This pocket reference aims to helps make the switch from C# to Visual Basic .NET and vice versa. Differences between the two languages occur in three main areas: syntax, object-oriented principles, and the Visual Studio.NET IDE. Object oriented differences are less obvious, and concern differences in implementation and feature sets between the two languages. IDE differences include things like compiler settings or attributes. There is also a fourth area of difference: language features that are present in one language but have no equivalent in the other. These unique language features are also covered in this book. Author Jose Mojica expects that the reader know one of the two languages, but does not make an assumption aboutwhich one. He presents the information in a language-neutral point of view so that programmers from either background can read a section and feel that it is targeted to them.

Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

Jose Mojica is an instructor and researcher at DevelopMentor, a company that's gained an international reputation for its experience with COM and COM+. He teaches various courses that focus on enterprise development in COM+, IIS, .NET, and Visual Basic. Before joining DevelopMentor, Jose was a consultant at IBM, writing DCOM servers that performed speech recognition and creating ActiveX controls in ATL for the ViaVoice SDK. He has worked with Visual Basic since Version 1.0. Jose is the author of Building ActiveX Controls with Visual Basic 5.0 and coauthor of Programming Internet Controls and Distributed Applications for Visual C++ 6.0 MCSD Training Kit.


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5.0 von 5 Sternen Another great Pocket Reference from O'Reilly 30. April 2002
Von Ein Kunde - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I noticed before writing this review that someone had recommended "The .NET Languages: A Quick Translation Guide" instead of "Converting VB.NET & C# Pocket Reference". Having browsed through "The .NET Languages: A Quick Translation Guide" at the book store, it is certainly a good book, but there is nothing "quick" about it. At 400+ pages it's really more of an overview and less of a "quick translation guide".
If you are looking for a truly pocket sized conversion guide between C# and VB.NET, I would strongly suggest Jose Mojica's "Converting VB.NET & C# Pocket Reference". This book is in contrast to some of the larger "overview" style books, as it is a reference guide weighing in at around 100 pages. The book is great for developers that have a fair grasp of VB.NET and/or C# and don't want or need lengthy instruction, but rather a quick alternative to searching the .NET help system or looking for code examples on the web.
The format is very straightforward and simple. Every topic includes a brief, but concise explanation and is enhanced with occupying code examples. The code snippets, in most cases, almost speak for themselves. Often the examples are in a rapid-fire "here's what it looks like in C#, here's what it looks like in VB.NET" style. Typically, the topic or keyword being covered will appear in the code in bold, adding to their readability and usefulness.
My only complaint with the book is that I had expected to see an appendix section with a keyword comparison similar to the ones found in the .NET help. It would have been convenient to those of us too lazy to print that section out ourselves.
Overall, this is the best book I've seen if you are a developer looking for a quick conversion reference when working in a mixed C#, VB.NET environment (which could include just about anyone working with .NET today).
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Very good book! 30. Juli 2003
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I picked up this book on a fling... but I am amazed at how useful I've found it. Most book authors today are gauged (by the publishing houses) according to the number of pages they turn in. This book on the other hand tries to squeeze a lot of good solid information into a small space without beating the topic to death.
It goes over some of the core differences of VB.NET and C# making not just a valuable reference in conversion between the two, but amazing for learning both languages if you're coming from a high level language (I'm a very strong VB programmer). Within a few minutes I learned how to build classes in both C# and VB.NET from this book. About 10 minutes later I had basic Overloading and Inheritance down. Granted, this book won't teach you what Inheritance is, but if you already know it your only problem is to learn the syntax and this book gives you the syntax quickly.
Another cool thing about this book is that it quickly also shows you what's WRONG with the languages at the IL level and will give you a quick bit of info about things that can cause problems (i.e., case sensitivity in C# which allows you to write functions that would result in ambiguous interpretation in VB.NET)
Remember: this book won't tell you what object oriented design is and won't tell you how to build an n-tier app in .Net, but it will teach you how to write a class in C# and VB.NET in about 1 minute :-) Its just as helpful to learn the basics, such as loops, indexing, calling conventions, etc...
If you are already good in high level languages and have gotten dropped head first into .NET, get this book and keep it nearby.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Excellent Reference and Useful for Learning Both Languages 18. Januar 2005
Von Richard T. Waddell - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
There are at least two advantages to knowing both languages.

- Understanding sample code and examples.

- Flexibility on multi-language projects.

I'm from a C++ background in the bad old days before .NET, but now I'm equally comfortable in either C# or VB.NET, largely due to this book.

Exclusive of conversion between the two langauges, it's also the best quick reference I have for either. Many times I've continued to search for my copy rather than turn to another source. Now I also subscribe to it on Safari, and when my hardcopy falls apart I'll probably buy another one.

It would be nice if it had an index, but I'm still giving it five stars since as far as I know there is no adequate substitute.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Great Pocket Reference 7. Januar 2005
Von Randy Given - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This is a great pocket reference for those of us who go back and forth between C# and VB.NET. It is also good for those who do not have to do that, but want to know the differences.

Granted, much of the .NET platform allows almost line-for-line conversion between languages, but there are many syntax differences. This book covers those for these two languages, as well as a special section of significant differences between the languages (in addition to the item-by-item coverage).

This is a handy little book, but because it is little, it sometimes slides to the back of the bookshelf (between two larger books). Still, well worth the price and peace of mind.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Great for experienced VB.NET Programmers 31. Mai 2005
Von Phantom1024 - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
This is a great book to start programming in C#. I have been programming in VB.NET for over three years and this book has been very helpful while making the transition from VB to C# and every time I am going from one language to the other. It is nicely organized and you can quickly find the information and exmaples you need to start working.I definitely recommend this book. I got it (...)at my local bookstore and it is worth alot more than that.
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