C# How To Program Intro to the project. Demonstrating what we’ll be creating. Creating our C# classes. The Logo language made the concept of turtle graphics famous. Imagine a mechanical turtle that walks around the [More]
Visual C# How To Program In this exercise we’ll be using C# 2 dimensional arrays to calculate totals for rows and columns. C# rectangular arrays will be used extensively throughout the exercise. Use a rectangular [More]
In this exercise I demonstrate how C# overloaded constructors work and how the same input may have different outputs based on what constructor is invoked. Also demonstrated are optional arguments in constructor and how the [More]
C# How To Program In this C# exercise we go over a basic use of C# methods. This is a C# for beginners tutorial. Write a method IntegerPower( base, exponent ) that returns the value [More]
Starting Out With C++ From Control Structures Through Objects In this exercise will be working with C++ pointers, and C++ arrays. We’ll also see how to pass array as an argument and how to return [More]
We create  our next C# class called PreferredCustomer with specific C# Properties that apply to this class. Design a class named Person with properties for holding a person’s name, address, and telephone number. Design a [More]
In this video we go over the requirements and create our C# base class called Person and from which we use C# inheritance to create Customer class. Design a class named Person with properties for [More]
C# Programming Challenge: Shuffle and Display Cards in Picture Boxes (dynamically generating Form Controls) – PART 2 We finish the project of C# dynamically generate Controls by shuffling cards (swapping objects in the array), and [More]
C# Programming Challenge: Shuffle and Display Cards in Picture Boxes (dynamically generating Form Controls) In this video we use C# dynamically generate controls, add them to C# array of form objects, and display them on [More]
C# Programming Challenge: Searching and Sorting Part 4 (C# linear & binary search, C# bubble and selection sort) We conclude by coding binary search and compare searching capabilities of the C# binary search vs the C# [More]
C# Programming Challenge: Searching and Sorting Part 3 (C# linear & binary search, C# bubble and selection sort) We continue with coding C# bubble sort and C# selection sort methods. Create a class named “SearchCount”. [More]
C# Programming Challenge: Searching and Sorting Part 2 (C# linear & binary search, C# bubble and selection sort) We code our C# linear search algorithm and C# array of objects for future use (such as [More]