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How Do I in C# 

How Do I is your gateway to key task-based topics about C# programming and application development. The essential categories for what you can do with C# are listed in this topic. The links provide pointers to important procedure-based Help pages.

C# Language

C# Language Specification… Threading… Generics... Code example snippets… Samples… more

.NET Framework

File I/O… Strings… Collections… Serialization… Components… Assemblies and Application Domains… more

Windows Applications

Building Windows Applications… Controls… Windows Forms… Drawing… more

Web Pages and Web Services

ASP.NET Web pages… XML Web Services… more

Debugging

Using the VS Debugger… .NET Framework Trace class… Debugging SQL Transactions… more

Data Access

Connecting to data sources… SQL Server... Data binding… more

Designing Classes

Class Designer... Working with Classes and Other Types... Create and Modify Type Members... Class Library Design Guidelines… more

Security

Code Access Security… Security Policy Best Practices… Permission Sets… more

Office Programming

Office Programming… Controls… Word… Excel… more

Smart Devices

What's New in Smart Device Projects... Programming Smart Devices... Debugging Smart Devices... more

Deployment

ClickOnce… Windows Installer

Additional Resources

The following sites require an Internet connection.

Visual Studio 2005 Developer Center

Contains many articles and resources on developing applications using Visual Studio 2005. This site is updated regularly with new content.

Visual C# Developer Center

Contains many articles and resources on developing C# applications. This site is updated regularly with new content.

Microsoft .NET Framework Developer Center

Contains many articles and resources on developing and debugging .NET Framework applications. This site is updated regularly with new content.

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