Introduction to C# Basics For Real Beginners...A Practical Applications Approach Part 3 (Strings)

Charlie Chiarelli, Experienced Online Educator

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12 Videos (3h 27m)
    • Introduction to String Functions

    • String Accumulators and Concatentation

    • Code Validations Part 1 ... The Check Digit

    • Code Validations Part 2 ... The Credit Card Validation Program

    • Introduction to One Dimensional Arrays Part 1 ... Why Use ?

    • Introduction to One Dimensional Arrays Part 2 ... Theory to Practice

    • One Dimensional Arrays Applications ... Class Statistics

    • Sorting ... The Bubble Sort

    • Advanced One Dimensional Array Concepts ... Array Counters

    • Introduction to Two Dimensional Arrays ... Why Use?

    • Two Dimensional Array Applications Part 1 ... Quiz Score

    • Two Dimensional Array Applications Part 2 ... The Supermarket Problem


About This Class


Considering learning how to program in C# and don't have any programming experience whatsoever? In this C# programming course for total beginners (Part 3 of a series) , get a comprehensive introduction to how to create simple computer apps in the Visual Studio interface. Learn the basics of software development, develop problem-solving skills in C#, and learn the syntax of the C# programming language.
This course covers the foundations of C# coding using Windows Forms, no Console Apps.

In this third installment we focus on using String Functions and Arrays.

1. Basic String Function Commands
2. String Accumulators and the concept of Concatentation
3. Practical Applications ... Validating Product Codes ... The concept of Check Digits
4. Practical Applications ... Credit Card Validations
5. Introduction to One Dimensional Arrays... Why use them?
6. Using One Dimensional Arrays in Data Analysis
7. Introduction to Sorting ... The Bubble Sort
8. One Dimensional Array Counters
9. Introduction to Two Dimensional Arrays .. Why use them?
10. Using Two Dimensional Arrays in Data Analysis
11. Challenge you with a practical application which incorporates of all the skills you have learned.






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Charlie Chiarelli

Experienced Online Educator

Hi, my name is Charlie Chiarelli. I'll be your teacher for this course. I will spend as much time as necessary to help you do the best you can. But, for you to succeed you must be willing to work .

I am a retired High school Computer Science and Mathematics Teacher from Canada. I taught for 35 years, I have a BMath degree from the University of Waterloo.

I was a frequent speaker at educational conferences (ECOO) and seminars . Most recently my talks focused on E-Learning and the...

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