C#

C# Tutorial for Beginners: Learn C Sharp Programming in 7 Days

Summary of the C# Tutorial
C# (C Sharp) is a programming language that is widely used for developing Windows applications, mobile applications, and video games. It is one of the most popular programming languages available. This course is taught in a hands-on, GOAL-oriented manner to help students learn C# programming. It is recommended that you practise the code assignments that are provided after each C Sharp tutorial in order to learn C Sharp quickly and easily.

What is C#?

C# (C Sharp) is a general-purpose, multi-paradigm programming language developed by Microsoft for use with the.NET Framework. It is a descendant of the C programming language. C# is a programming language that is widely used for developing mobile applications, video games, and Windows applications.

What should I be aware of?
It will be beneficial to have a basic understanding of C programming as well as the OOP concept.

C# Syllabus

Introduction

👉 Lesson 1 What is .NET Framework? — Explain Architecture & Components
👉 Lesson 2 C# and .Net Version History — A Brief Version History of C# and .Net
👉 Lesson 3 Install Visual Studio for C# — How to Download and Install Visual Studio for C#
👉 Lesson 4 C# Hello World Program — C# Hello World! First Console Application Program

Advanced Stuff

👉 Lesson 1 C# Data Types — Learn With Example
👉 Lesson 2 C# Enumeration — Learn C# Enum With Example
👉 Lesson 3 C# Variables & Operators — Learn C# Variables & Operators with Example
👉 Lesson 4 C# IF, Switch, For, While Loop Statements — Learn With Example
👉 Lesson 5 C# Array Tutorial — Create, Declare, Initialize
👉 Lesson 6 C# Class & Object Tutorial — Learn With Example
👉 Lesson 7 C# Access Modifiers — Learn With Program Example
👉 Lesson 8 C# Inheritance & Polymorphism — Learn With Example
👉 Lesson 9 C# Abstract Class Tutorial — What is Abstraction with Example
👉 Lesson 10 C# Interface Tutorial —
What is an Interface Class?
👉 Lesson 11 C# Collections Tutorial — What is Collections in C#?
👉 Lesson 12 C# ArrayList Tutorial — What is ArrayList in C#? & Examples
👉 Lesson 13 C# Stack — Learn With Example
👉 Lesson 14 C# Queue — What is Queue in C#? with Examples
👉 Lesson 15 C# Hashtable — Learn C# Hashtable with Examples
👉 Lesson 16 C# Windows Forms Application Tutorial — Create a Windows Forms app with C#
👉 Lesson 17 C# Database Connection — How to connect SQL Server (Example)
👉 Lesson 18 C# File I/O Handling Operations — Learn With Example
👉 Lesson 19 C# Stream Tutorial — StreamReader, StreamWriter with Example
👉 Lesson 20 C# Serialization & Deserialization — Learn With Example
👉 Lesson 21 Coded UI Test Automation Framework Tutorial — Introduction to Coded UI

Must Know!

👉 Lesson 1 Best C# IDE — 10 Best C# IDE for Windows, Linux, Mac
👉 Lesson 2 C# Interview Questions — Top 50 C# Interview Questions and Answers
👉 Lesson 3 C# Books — 14 BEST C# Books
👉 Lesson 4 C# Tutorial PDF — Download C# Tutorial PDF for Beginners

 

Why to Learn C#?

Learning C# makes it easier to grasp the fundamentals of computer science, and because it is a middle-level programming language, it is simple to understand and user-friendly. Furthermore, because C# contains fewer libraries and executes faster than other programming languages, it is widely used in embedded programming applications.

Applications of C Sharp Programming

C Sharp programming is widely used in the development of desktop applications, web applications, web services, large-scale Windows applications, and video games, among other things.

Prerequisites for learning C# include having a computer with a mouse.
To learn C# for beginners, it is necessary to have a basic understanding of computers, a basic understanding of the Object-Oriented programming approach, and a basic understanding of the C programming language concepts in order to understand C# basics easily.

The following are the topics covered in this C# tutorial.
First, in this C# tutorial, you will learn the fundamentals of C#, such as an introduction, the history of C#, and its architecture. Afterwards, you’ll learn advanced topics in C# programming, such as C# data types and variables, classes and objects, an interface for interacting with them, collections, file operations, and so on.