In my view there are two ways to learn a programming language, one is, by reading a theoretical book and learn concepts of the language. The second one is by applying the concepts learned. This book is written to cater the needs of students/professionals, who prefer second way of learning. This book doesn’t teach fundamentals of C# from the scratch, but it helps the reader to gauge his skills and apply them meticulously which in turn provides an ample scope for learning.
We learn programming language from the mistakes and errors committed during coding. In this book, every question is framed in such a way that the reader needs to think twice before answering. My emphasis is always on to generate compiler errors and allow the reader to think and learn about them. In my view, this is the best way to learn a programming language.
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