Create a Motorway class that can be used as extra documentation with directions. Include data members such as name of motorway, type (i.e., Road, Street, Avenue, Blvd., Lane, etc.), direction (i.e., E, W, N, or [More]
C# Intro to OOP. Create a class representing a student. Include characteristics such as student number, first and last name, overall GPA, classification, and major. Write at least two constructors. Include properties for each of the data items. Create a second class that instantiates the first class with information about yourself. In the second class, create a class method that displays your name and GPA. DOWLOAD SOURCE CODE: 04-01-studentinfooop
C# How to Program 1. Implement a Car class which has fields to store the car’s make, model, registration, year (of initial registration), and current value. 2. Implement a constructor for the Car class which [More]
C# How To Program Finishing the game. Creating game loop. Calling methods. Creating C# objects. The Logo language made the concept of turtle graphics famous. Imagine a mechanical turtle that walks around the room under [More]
Visual C# 2012 How To Program C# Programming Challenge 5.41: PART 3: Enforcing Privacy with Cryptography – C# OOP, C# Properties, C# Methods, C# Inheritance In this video we create C# objects, we’ll do C# [More]
Visual C# 2012 How To Program C# Programming Challenge 5.41: PART 2: Enforcing Privacy with Cryptography – C# OOP, C# Properties, C# Methods, C# Inheritance In this video we create 2 classes that inherit from [More]
Visual C# 2012 How To Program In this video we create a base class with C# base class constructor, properties and methods that will be later inherited by other classes. A company that wants to [More]
C# 2012: How to Program In this part, we instantiate C# object and display records we created in our C# class. In this exercise, you’ll design a “starter” HealthProfile class for a person. The class attributes [More]
In this part, we create C# class methods and calculated properties that calculate the required data, such as BMI, Target Heart Rate, Age and other. In this exercise, you’ll design a “starter” HealthProfile class for [More]
In this part, we demonstrate basic C# OOP concepts. We create the HealthProfile class and several automated properties to store the data user enters. In this exercise, you’ll design a “starter” HealthProfile class for a [More]