.NET Framework Standard Library Annotated Reference, Volume 1 : Base Class Library and Extended Numerics Library /

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Main Author: Abrams, Brad (Author)
Format: eBook
Published: Addison-Wesley Professional, 2004.
Edition:1st edition.
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500 |a Edited by a Lead Program Manager on Microsoft's .NET Framework team, .NET Framework Standard Library Annotated Reference, Volume 1, is the definitive reference for the .NET Framework base class library. This book utilizes extensive annotations and code samples from the creators of the technology to move beyond the online documentation and provide .NET developers with a dictionary-style reference to the most-used parts of the Framework. This volume covers a subset of the ISO CLI Standards, including the Base Class Library and the Extended Numerics Library. In the printed book you will find informative overviews of each namespace covered and an easy-to-follow alphabetic reference of types in the standard, including type-level descriptions, sample code with output, and annotations from the design team and standardization committee. With the ECMA and ISO standards as its core, this book includes: Annotations from key members of the Microsoft design team and the Standardization committee. Comments cover everything from design rationale and history to common problems and shortcomings. An overview of each namespace, describing its functionality and the inheritance hierarchy of types it defines. Type descriptions. Each type is covered in its own chapter, with a detailed description of how the type is to be used and a quick reference of the C# declaration syntax for all members defined on the type. Also noted: which members are only available in the Microsoft implementation of the .NET Framework, which are not available in the .NET Compact Framework, and which are only available in V1.1 of the .NET Framework. Code samples. Types are illustrated by fully compilable code samples with output included. Reference tabs and an exhaustive index, which allow readers to quickly and easily navigate the text. Reusable source code for more than one thousand samples. All code has been tested with versions 1.0, 1.1, and the 2.0 technical preview of the .NET Framework, and, where appropriate, with the .NET Compact Framework. 
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