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- C# Part 1 - Installing and Configuring Visual Studio
- C# Part 2 - Working with Projects and Solutions
- C# Part 3 - Drawing Windows Forms
- C# Part 4 - Writing Basic C# Code
- C# Part 5 - Variables and Data Types
- C# Part 6 - If Statements and Conditional Operators
- C# Part 7 - Writing Methods
- C# Part 8 - Switch Statements
- C# Part 9 - While Loops and Do Loops
- C# Part 10 - For Loops
- C# Part 11 - Foreach Loops
- C# Part 12 - Arrays
- C# Part 13 - Lists
- C# Part 14 - Exceptions and Error Handling
C# Programming videos | C# Part 4 - Writing Basic C# Code
Posted by Andrew Gould on 31 October 2014
Part 4 of the Basic Programming in Visual C# series shows you how to get started with writing very simple C# code. You'll learn about how to attach code to the events of a form using event handlers and how to write simple instructions using the IntelliSense list. You'll learn the basics of some important C# keywords such as Namespace, Class, Object, Method and Property and begin to understand how those things define the code that you write.
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