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This page lists all tutorials for the C# programming language. The chapter articles below have an in-depth discussion, while the recipes focus on practical Q&A-like situations.

C# chapters

Part I: C# fundamentals

In this first part we discuss the fundamentals of programming in C#, and look at things like terminology and syntax, types and creating variables, and if statements and looping.

If statements

icon In this chapter we discuss how if statements evaluate conditions to execute a block of code (or not), which allows our code to react to changes while the program runs.

C#'s if statements

If statements in depth

If statement tips

Alternative if statements

Better if/else options

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Part 2: Work with C#

Files and directories

icon In this chapter we look at different ways to work with files and directories in C#, including watching folders and querying computer drives.

Drive information

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Essentials of C#

.NET Framework essentials

icon In this chapter we look at the essentials of working with the different components of the .NET Framework, like file operations and HTTP requests.

Files & directories

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Beyond C#

Visual Studio

icon In this chapter we explore Visual Studio features for coding and fixing C# applications.

Debugging

Debug examples

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C# recipes

The C# recipes have helpful and practical code that’s ready to use in your project. Their Q&A format describes a specific situation and then jumps to a verified solution, followed by a discussion for a deeper understanding.

Fundamentals

The recipes in this part discuss the fundamentals of programming in C#, like working with variables, operators, and branching statements.

Types and variables

icon In these recipes we explore the different type of values C# has, and how to create variables of them.

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Operators

icon In the recipes below we look at how C#’s operators work and how to efficiently code with them.

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If/else statements

icon This category of recipes is dedicated to if branching statements, like the regular if statement and more cryptic alternatives.

Type of if statements

Alternative if statements

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Work with C#

Computer drives

icon In the recipes of this category we look at the different ways in which we can fetch and operate on computer drives in C#.

Introduction

Operate on computer drives

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Recipes hope to demystify a range of Hugo questions by breaking them down in small steps. Over time they create a library of possible Hugo questions. But they aren't intended as a definite reference: they simply show one particular approach. There are nearly always multiple and perhaps better (depending on your frame of reference and goal) ways to tackle a particular situation.

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Recent C# content

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Recent C# articles

Recent C# recipes

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icon The most popular C# articles of the last 90 days are:

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  12. Filter computer drives in C# | DriveInfo
  13. Inaccessible computer drives in C#
  14. Shorthand if/else statements in C#
  15. If/else options that update C# variables

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