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Visual Programming & DotNet Technologies (TCS-605)

UNIT 1 The Philosophy of .NET
Understanding the previous states affair, The .NET Solution, The building Block of the .NET platform
(CLR,CTS,CLS), the role of the .NET base class libraries, C# characteristics, additional .NET Aware
programming Languages, An overview of .NET binaries (assemblies), The role of the common intermediate
language, The role of .NET type metadata, The role of the assembly manifest, Compiling CIL to platform specific
instruction, Understanding the common type system, Intrinsic CTS data types, Understanding the common
languages specification, Understanding the common languages runtime, A tour of the .NET namespace, increasing
your namespace nomenclature, Deploying the .NET runtime.

UNIT 2 Building C# Applications
The role of the command line compiler (CSC.exe), Building application using csc.exe, Working with csc.exe
response file, generating bug reports, C# compiler option, The command line debugger, using the visual studio
.Net IDE, Other key aspects of the VS.Net IDE, Documenting source code via XML, C# preprocessor directives,
An interesting Aside: The System. Environment class.
C# Language Fundamentals : An Anatomy of a basic class, Creating objects: Constructor basic, the composition
of an application, Default Assignment and variable scope, member initialization syntax, Basic input and output
with the console class, Understanding value types and reference types, The master node: System. Objects, The
system Data type (And C# aliases), Converting between value type and reference type: Boxing and Unboxing,
Defining program constraints, Iterations constructs, control flow constructs, The complete set operator, Defining
Custom class methods, Understanding static methods, Method parameter modifiers, Array manipulation, String
manipulation, Enumerations, Defining structures, Defining custom namespaces.

UNIT 3 Object Oriented Programming with C#
Formal definition of the class, Definition the “Default public interface” of a type, Recapping the pillars of OOP,
The first pillar: Encapsulation services, Pseudo Encapsulation: Creating read only field, The second pillar:
Inheritance supports keeping family secrets: The “Protected” keyword, The Nested type definitions, The third
pillar: Polymorphic support casting between types, Generating class definitions using Visual Studio.
Net. Exceptions and Objects Life Time Ode to errors, Bugs and exceptions, The role of .NET exceptions handling,
The system. Exception base class throwing a generic exception catching exception, CLR system level exception
(System. system exception),Custom application level exception (System. application exception), Handling
multiple exception, The finally block The last chance exception, dynamically identify application and system level
exception, Debugging system exception using VS.Net, Understanding Object life time, The CIT of new, The basic
of garbage collection, Finalizing a type, Finalization process, building and Ad hoc destruction method, garbage
collection optimization, The system .GC type.

UNIT 4 Interfaces and Collections
Defining interfaces using C#, Invoking interface member at the object level, Exercising the shape hierarchy,
Understanding explicit interface implementation, Interfaces as Polymorphic agents, Building interface
hierarchies, Implementing interface using VS.Net, Understanding the Iconvertible interface, Building a custom
enumerator, Building cloneable objects, Building comparable objects, Exploring the system the collection
namespace, Building a custom container (Retrofitting the cars type).

Understanding .Net Assembles Problems with classic COM Binaries, An overview of .Net assembly, Building a
simple file test assembly, A C# Client Application, A Visual Basic .Net Client application, Cross Language
Inheritance, Exploring the Carlibrary’s manifest, Exploring the Carlibrary’s Types, Building the multi file
assembly, Using the multi file assembly, Understanding private assemblies, Probing for private assemblies (The
Basics), Private assemblies and XML Configuration files, Probing for private assemblies (The
details),Understanding Shared assembly, Understanding Shared Names, Building a Shared assembly,
Understanding delay Signing, Installing/Removing shared assemblies, Using a Shared assembly.

Text Book:
1. Andrew Troelsen; Pro C# 2008 And The . Net 3. 5 Platform, 4Th Ed; Dreamtech Press
2. Bill Evjen, Christian Nagel, Karli Watson, Jay Glynn, Morgan Skinner; Proffessional C# 2008
3. Joel Murach; Murach's C# 2008; Shroff/murachs (2008)

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