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Visual C# Code Example Topics

Visual Studio .NET 2003

Code example topics in the Visual C# .NET documentation are designed to present concise, real-world examples of common tasks. These topics are organized by feature area.

Code Topic Categories

Code example topics are available for the following features:

General Language Example Topics
Presents a series of specific example code topics for common tasks using language elements of Visual C# .NET.
Graphics Programming Example Topics
Presents a series of specific example code topics for common tasks in graphics and GDI+ programming with Visual C# .NET.
Web Applications Example Topics
Presents a series of specific example code topics for common tasks in Web Forms applications with Visual C# .NET.
Windows Forms Example Topics
Presents a series of specific example code topics for common tasks in Windows Forms applications with Visual C# .NET.

Other Sources For Sample Code

There are also many other places to find C# code examples for common features and tasks in the Visual Studio and .NET Framework help system. You can also find sample code in the following locations:

C# Programmer's Reference
The topics in this section contain code showing how to use basic language features such as threading, inheritance, and file IO.
Visual C# Samples
Lists compiled sample applications available to you in the documentation set.
Walkthroughs in Visual Basic and Visual C#
Lists tutorial topics that walk you through the process of creating applications and learning to use specific features.
Quickstarts and Other Samples
Lists samples available to you when you install the .NET Framework SDK.
.NET Framework Reference Information
Many topics in the .NET Framework reference contain code examples of how to use classes and their members.
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