Fundamentals of C# Programming for Information Systems

Fundamentals of C# Programming for Information Systems

Edition 2.0 | Copyright 2019 | Publication Date: May 2018

George C. Philip, The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh

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Fundamentals of C# Programming for Information Systems provides a solid foundation for building a business and other real-world applications. The book discusses programming concepts in the context of familiar, practical applications that use graphical user interfaces. Philip employs ample illustrations and examples to support his comprehensive, patient explanations. Hands-on tutorials for Microsoft Visual Studio help students apply and explore what they learn.

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Thorough Coverage

Teach a comprehensive exploration of C# fundamentals, databases, collections, and GUI, with an introduction to object-oriented programming.

Highly Adaptable

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Interactive Engagement Activities

Enhance student interest and learning with end-of-chapter review questions and exercises.

Appropriate for a Two-Course Sequence

Use this text in a two-course sequence. This is facilitated by the inclusion of new chapters presenting the concepts and practice of object-oriented programming, including inheritance, as well as web application development.

New Features

Enhance your course with expanded sets of assignments, expanded end-of-chapter exercises and stated learning objectives for each chapter.

Table of Contents


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  • Chapter 1: Introduction to Visual Studio and Programming
  • Chapter 2: Data Types
  • Chapter 3: Decision Structures and Validation
  • Chapter 4: Iteration Structure: Loops
  • Chapter 5: Methods
  • Chapter 6: Graphical User Interface Controls
  • Chapter 7: Arrays
  • Chapter 8: Sequential Files and Arrays
  • Chapter 9: Collections
  • Chapter 10: Graphical User Interface: Additional Controls
  • Chapter 11: Multi-form Applications and Menus
  • Chapter 12: Databases
  • Chapter 13: Object-Oriented Programming
  • Chapter 14: Inheritance
  • Chapter 15: Introduction to Web Applications Development
  • Chapter 16: Web Development: Multipage and Database Applications

  • Appendices
  • Appendix A: Binary Files
  • Appendix B: Creating a Database
  • Appendix C: Answers to Review Questions
  • Appendix D: HTML Elements

About the Authors


George C. Philip is Professor Emeritus of Information Systems at the College of Business, The University of Wisconsin–Oshkosh. He has more than twenty-five years of teaching and consulting experience in the information systems field, including computer programming in multiple languages. Dr. Philip also served as chair of the Information Systems Team, and director of the M.S. in Information Systems program. He has published numerous articles in this field.

George C. Philip

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Chapter 13: Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming

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Fundamentals of C# Programming for Information Systems

Fundamentals of C# Programming for Information Systems

George C. Philip, The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh

Edition 1.0
Copyright 2017
Publication date: July 25, 2016

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