Let’s finish the previous part of the lesson in C # about dictionaries today, we’ll do a full dictionary
Hi, today as part of the exercises we will do a dictionary project that uses a lot of collections and lists, but the dictionary list in C # looks a bit different, we’ll get to that, but this time we will no longer work in the console, we will use …
Delegates are often compared to indicators in functions in C or C ++, while it is necessary to remember about many rules at the pointers, using delegates is much simpler.
Today about the collections, there are such concepts as a heap or stack, so if you were dealing with an assembler or some other low-level language, then you shouldn’t have no problem understanding this lesson.
In the lesson on interfaces, I said that I will say about abstract classes, this is the lesson.
Hi, today we will get to know interfaces.
Object-oriented programming consists of four main elements, encapsulation, inheritance, polymorphism and abstraction, encapsulate is behind us time to get to with inheritance and polymorphism.
Hi, today I will explain briefly what is the cloning of objects, let me just say it in a nutshell, today I will only say what is more or less the point. There are two types of types in C #, valuable and reference types. The former are usually the …
We learned the methods recently, today we will know constructors and destructors.
In the previous lesson, we learned how to encapsulate our code, but we do not know when we should add in our cake from previous lesson those components! That’s why today we will learn the function or the so-called methods, you know how look “Main” is a function.