Build the skills to apply Microsoft .NET collections effectively Put .NET collections to workaand manage issues with GUI data binding, threading, data querying, and storage. Led by a data collection expert, you'll gain task-oriented guidance, exercises, and extensive code samples to tackle common problems and improve application performance. This one-stop reference is designed for experienced Microsoft Visual Basic and C# developersawhether youare already using collections or just starting out. Discover how to: Implement arrays, associative arrays, stacks, linked lists, and other collection types Apply built in .NET collection classes by learning their methods and properties Add enumerator, dictionary, and other .NET collection interfaces to your classes Query collections by writing simple to complex Microsoft LINQ statements Synchronize data across threads using built in .NET synchronization classes Enhance your custom collection classes with serialization support Use simple data binding to display collections in Windows Forms, Microsoft Silverlight, and Windows Presentation FoundationNOTE Throughout Chapter 6, youa#39;re askedto add class files to the C# or VisualBasic project you work with in Chapter 1 ... book: Oneof the following: Windows XP with Service Pack 3(except Starter Edition), Windows Vista with Service Packanbsp;...
|Title||:||Developer's Guide to Collections in Microsoft .NET|
|Publisher||:||Pearson Education - 2011-09-15|