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C# is a language for professional programming. C# (pronounced C sharp) is a programming language designed for building a wide range of enterprise applications that run on the .NET Framework. The goal of C# is to provide a simple, safe, modern, object-oriented, highperformance , robust and durable language for .NET development. Also it enables developers to build solutions for the broadest range of clients, including Web applications, Microsoft Windows Forms-based applications, and thin- and smart-client devices.

object oriented programming

Visual C# developers can leverage their existing C, C++ , Java skills and knowledge to be successful in the Microsoft .NET development environment. So many C, Java, and C++ development will move to C# to take advantage of .NET features. In cooperation with the .NET CLR (Common Language Runtime), it provides a language to use for ComponentOriented software, without forcing programmers to abandon their existing knowledge in C, C++, or COM code.

.Net Framework

The following C# lessons provide an overview of the basics of the language and identify important language features. Each lessons includes one or more sample programs. I hope this website will help you to acquire the skills and knowledge necessary to develop Windows applications in Visual C# in a simplified manner rather than in a complex way.

 An overview of Microsoft C#

 C# Language Tutorial

 C# Statements Tutorial

 C# Graphical User Interface Tutorial

 C# Collection Tutorial

 C# String Tutorial

 C# File Operations Tutorial

 C# Excel Tutorial

 C# Crystal Reports Tutorial

 CSharp Communication Tutorial

 C# Ado.Net Tutorial and Source Code , c# database programming tutorial

 C# ADO.NET data Providers Tutorial

 C# Dataset Tutorial

 C# DataAdapater Tutorial

 Csharp DataView Tutorial

 Csharp Remoting Tutorial

 C# XML Tutorial

 C# DataGridView Tutorial (C) 2015    Founded by raps mk
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