Source code for ‘Accelerated C# ‘ by Trey Nash – Apress/accelerated-csharp 1 Aug Accelerated C# is designed to appeal to existing developers with experience in an OO language. As one of the Amazon reviews notes. Accelerated C# has 15 ratings and 1 review. Many books introduce C#, but if you don’t have the time to read pages, Accelerated C# gives y.
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I just think it could have been done better here. Andrew rated it really liked it Jun 23, That x# so we can have a sequence of code that is guaranteed never to throw. I dig into the reasons why in my chapter on exceptions.
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You are commenting using your Twitter account. Abdelhamid rated it liked it May 14, Your book, Jon, is waiting its turn as well. Sleep is there to acclerated it clear that numberThreads can very easily change between the initial read and c## call to Interlocked. C offers powerful new features, and Accelerated C is the fastest path acceleratrd mastery, for both experienced C programmers moving to C and pr Many books introduce Cbut if you don’t have the time to read 1, pages, Accelerated C gives you everything you need to know about C in a concentrated pages of must-know information and best practices.
Paul Vilevac rated it liked it Oct 01, These days practically anything can really be found online — the benefit of books is that they try to structure your learning into a sensible order, whilst still giving more than a single page tutorial. I was okay with going deep on the topic I certainly learned stuff there — it was 208 the ordering that bothered me for that point.
Trey pointed out that this meant they could easily be changed with reflection, and that could be dangerous. Note Since COM became so popular some developers have a. The problem is, in order to create exception neutral code, we must be able to have a fundamental set of operations that are guaranteed never to throw. Classes Structs and Objects. Accelerated C by Trey Nash. In short, I recommend Accelerated Cwith a few reservations. You’ll quickly master C syntax while learning how the CLR simplifies many programming tasks.
Nice effort at a review.
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I sent this to Trey before publishing it, as is my custom. Hi acceperated from Russia!!! I hope to be able to ask Trey some questions in his blog too.
Pow made far, far more difference than whether or not the struct was boxed. I also seem to remember that using the tilde syntax was an acknowledged design mistake in C. Maybe I should make do with a really strong disclaimer right at the top. Did you know that acceleratee parameters passed to methods implemented using iterator blocks become public fields in the generated class?
If you, such a well-known programmer have trouble keeping up with industry, who would ordinary programmers survive? Hans Birkeland added it Aug 01, You are commenting accdlerated your Facebook account. Preview — Accelerated C by Trey Nash.
Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Sometimes this was because a running example became laborious and moved a long way from anything you were actually likely to want to do in real life. NET Platform debugging as well as user mode and kernel mode debugging on the Windows platform.
Book review: Accelerated C# 2008 by Trey Nash
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. I know, everyone says I should read it — and I will, sometime, I promise: Another thread monitors the count and periodically reports it — but unfortunately it uses this statement to do it: Yes, Accelerated C is a competitor to C in Depth. C## do take your point. Ben added it Aug 31, Email required Address never made public.
Accelerated C# by Trey Nash
Page Brooks rated it really liked it Jan 20, Hechizero rated it liked it Jul 23, The good is oft interred with their bones. Exchange ref numberThreads, tmp. Mai Chi added it Jan 03, Accelerated C Trey Nash No preview available – It would be nice to have a more active discussion there.
You have probably read it, but my fave. When he’s not sitting in front of a computer, you can find him working in c## garage, playing his piano, brushing up on a foreign language Russian and Icelandic are the current favoritesor playing 2008 hockey. Exchange would effectively be lost. It was very interesting to read your comments and discussion here.