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C# 2010 for Programmers, Fourth Edition by Harvey M. Deitel, Paul J. Deitel

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3. Introduction to C# Applications

Objectives

In this chapter you’ll learn:

• To write simple C# applications using code rather than visual programming.

• To write input/output statements.

• To declare and use data of various types.

• To store and retrieve data from memory.

• To use arithmetic operators.

• To determine the order in which operators are applied.

• To write decision-making statements.

• To use relational and equality operators.

• To use message dialogs to display messages.

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