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An introduction to the course and what to expect
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Walking through the process of installing and setting up Visual Studio Community
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A quick walkthrough of Visual Studio and some of its basic menus and features
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We see what happens when we run our first program, "Hello World"
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An introduction to the concept of Variables and how we will use them in C#
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We introduce many of the Data Types you can use: Strings, Char, Int, float, double, decimal, and boolean.
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We introduce the Datetime data type and explain how to set it to a specific value.
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Let's explore the various functions we can use to display and use the DateTime data type.
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We explain the concept of Null, discuss which fields can have a null value, and introduce Nullables.
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We examine various String Methods to modify string variables, including changing the case and replacing parts of the string.
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We explain the concept of String Indexing to manage and modify elements within a string.
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We learn the difference between Concatenation and Interpolation, and when one might be easier to use than the other.
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Let's learn how to perform basic math functions: Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division.
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In this lesson, we examine how Exponents work and what the Modulus is.
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We review PEMDAS and how the Order of Operations works within C#.
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In this lesson, we discuss the differences between integers, floats, decimals, and doubles, and how decimal places may be affected based on the data type you choose.
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We learn how to increment and decrement variables using ++ and -- commands.
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In this lesson, we learn about Math Methods such as Floor, Ceiling, Round, and Truncate.
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In this lesson, we discuss how to convert Integers to Strings using the toString method.
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We examine the process for Type Conversion and Casting.
In this lesson, we learn how to capture User Input, assign it to a variable, and Output it to the screen.
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Let's practice our skills with user input to build a Madlib Program!
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In this lesson, we learn how to create and access Arrays.
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We explore how to update an existing Array by changing one of its values.
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Appending Arrays in C# is a bit different than in other programming languages.
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In this lesson, we examine how to create and use Two Dimensional Arrays.
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In this lesson, we introduce Methods and how to use them in your program.
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Once you've created a method, you may want to pass Parameters to those Methods to perform specific operations.
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If you'd like to use Methods and return data to your program, we explore how that's done.
In this lesson, we learn about Logic and basic Comparison Operators: >, >=, <, <=, !=, ==.
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We introduce If/Else Statements and look at how they run inside a program.
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In this lesson, we learn how to use "And" operators within an If/Else statement.
Video time: 03m 47s
We learn how to use "or" operators within If/Else statements.
In this lesson, we learn how to use "else if" within an If/Else statement.
Video time: 03m 57s
We look at how to use a Switch Statement within our program.
Video time: 04m 16s
In this lesson, we introduce Loops and explain how While and Do While work.
Video time: 04m 56s
We learn how to create and use For Loops within our program.
In this lesson, we explain how to Break and Continue loops.
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We discuss how to deal with Errors within your code and how Exception Handling can prevent your program from crashing.
Video time: 04m 44s
By anticipating specific kinds of Exceptions, you can program your code to treat them in unique ways without crashing.
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The Finally part of Exception Handling will ensure specific code runs after try / catch blocks.
Video time: 03m 52s
In this lesson, we identify a helpful Exception List that can help educate you on potential issues that could impact your code.
Let's begin a discussion of object-oriented programming so we can create our own data types.
Video time: 03m 55s
We learn how to create our own class and define the attributes within.
Video time: 06m 08s
Constructors provide a simple way to create new objects within our code.
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In this lesson, we learn how to create Object Methods that operate inside your own classes.
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