Console Applications and Formatting Strings

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Command line interfaces were first introduced over 50 years ago, but they are still relevant and commonly used because they work and you'll quite frequently find that you need to work with text in some form. In this course, you'll learn how work with and compile a command line interface and examine the characteristics of a console application and the .NET Console class. You'll learn how to build a console application, as well as how to use the Console class WriteLine, Write, and ReadLine methods. You'll explore how to adjust the development environment in Visual Studio and how to run a C# console application. In C#, working with text involves the String class, so you'll also learn how to perform some basic operations with text. You'll examine the String class, how to define and initialize string variables, and how to manipulate strings. You'll learn the differences between a string and a String object, how to recognize null strings and empty strings, and how to work with composite strings. This course was originally created by Global Knowledge (GK). 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • recognize the basics C# concepts that will be covered
    recognize characteristics of a console application, the .NET Console class, and the basics of getting started in C#
    write a console application in C#
    adjust the layout of your integrated development environment (IDE) to meet your needs
    recognize characteristics of strings and how to manipulate them
  • recognize how to work with the String class in C#
    differentiate between null and empty strings
    recognize the purpose of composite strings
    recognize how composite strings can be used
    recognize how you can shuffle composite string placeholders

IN THIS COURSE

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    1. 
    Introduction
    3m 6s
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    2. 
    What Is a Console Application?
    4m 46s
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    3. 
    Creating a C# Console Application
    7m 37s
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    4. 
    Adjusting the IDE Layout
    4m 47s
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    5. 
    Manipulating Strings
    8m 56s
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    6. 
    The String Class
    3m 59s
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    Null and Empty Strings
    5m 59s
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    What Is a Composite String?
    6m 46s
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    Using Composite Strings
    5m 21s
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    Shuffling the Composite String Placeholders
    5m 10s

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