C# Programming: 5 – Object Orientation

Huw Collingbourne, Bitwise Courses

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13 Videos (1h 15m)
    • What is in Section Five?

      3:35
    • Object Orientated Programming explained

      5:31
    • How to write a class definition

      8:06
    • How to create an object from a class

      6:15
    • Testing if an object exists

      3:33
    • Visual Studio refactoring

      3:26
    • Creating class hierarchies

      14:27
    • Change to one class per file

      3:21
    • Constructors

      5:45
    • Access modifiers public private protected

      6:09
    • Properties

      6:43
    • Naming conventions

      4:23
    • Summary

      3:54

About This Class

This is the fifth in a series of graded courses that explain how to become proficient at C# programming. Be sure to download the eBook and Source Code Archive from Course #1 ‘C# Programming - Getting Started’ https://www.skillshare.com/classes/C-Programming-1-Getting-Started/651956289/project-guide

In this course we learn how to write ‘classes’ from which we can create ‘objects’. Obejct Orientation is an important idea in C# as well as in other languages such as Java and C++.

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Huw Collingbourne

Bitwise Courses

Huw Collingbourne is the founder of Bitwise Courses, a company specialising in online instruction. He has worked in all areas of conventional and multimedia publishing including writing, editing and broadcasting. A programmer with over 30 years experience, Huw is technology director at SapphireSteel Software, developers of software tools for Microsoft Visual Studio. He is author of The Book Of Ruby from No Starch Press.

For over ten years he wrote the Delphi, C# and Java programming co...

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