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100 1  Schildt, Herbert,|eauthor. 
245 10 C# 4.0 The Complete Reference|h[O'Reilly electronic 
       resource] /|cSchildt, Herbert. 
250    1st edition 
264  1 |bMcGraw-Hill,|c2010. 
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520    The Definitive Guide to C# “From using LINQ to covariance
       and from string formatting to optional arguments, Herb’s 
       update covers all you need to know about using real-world 
       C# 4.0.” —Michael Howard, Microsoft Corporation 
       Bestselling author Herb Schildt has updated and expanded 
       his classic programming reference to cover C# 4.0--the 
       latest release of this powerful, feature-rich language. 
       Using carefully crafted explanations, insider tips, and 
       hundreds of examples, C# 4.0: The Complete Reference 
       offers in-depth details on all aspects of C#, including 
       keywords, syntax, and core libraries. New C# 4.0 features,
       such as named and optional arguments, the dynamic type, 
       expanded covariance and contravariance capabilities, and 
       support for parallel programming with the Task Parallel 
       Library (TPL) and PLINQ are also discussed.  Perfect for 
       beginners and professional C# programmers alike, this 
       expert resource is written in the clear, crisp, 
       uncompromising style that has made Herb the choice of 
       millions worldwide. Begin mastering C# 4.0 today with help
       from this authoritative volume!  Coverage includes:  Data 
       types and operators Control statements Classes and objects
       Constructors, destructors, and methods Interfaces, arrays,
       enumerations, and structures Method and operator 
       overloading Inheritance and virtual methods Reflection and
       runtime type ID Exception handling Delegates, properties, 
       events, and indexers Attributes Multithreading and the 
       Task Parallel Library Generics LINQ and PLINQ Lambda 
       expressions Anonymous types Extension methods Named and 
       optional arguments Implicitly typed variables I/O, 
       networking, and collections The preprocessor and much, 
       much more 
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542    |fCopyright © McGraw-Hill 2010|g2010 
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