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Introduction

Hello World

Program structure

Types and variables

Expressions

Statements

Classes and objects

Members

Accessibility

Type parameters

Base classes          

Fields           

Methods     

Parameters

Method body and local variables

Static and instance methods

Virtual, override, and abstract methods 

Method overloading

Other function members

Constructors

Properties

Indexers

Events

Operators

Destructors

Structs

Arrays

Interfaces

1.10. Enums

Delegates

Attributes

Basic concepts

 

Application termination

Declarations      

Members   

Namespace members

Struct members

Enumeration members

Class members

Interface members

Array members

Delegate members

Member access

Declared accessibility

Accessibility domains

Protected access for instance members    

Accessibility constraints

Signatures and overloading

Scopes

Name hiding

Hiding through nesting

Hiding through inheritance

Namespace and type names

Fully qualified names

Automatic memory management

Execution order

Types      

Value types

The System.ValueType type

Default constructors

Struct types

Simple types

Integral types

Floating point types

The decimal type

The bool type

Enumeration types

Nullable types

Reference types

Class types

The object type

The dynamic type

The string type

Interface types

Array types

Delegate types

Boxing and unboxing

Boxing conversions

Unboxing conversions

Constructed types

Type arguments

Open and closed types

Bound and unbound types

Satisfying constraints

Type parameters

Expression tree types

The dynamic type

Variables

Variable categories

Static variables

Instance variables

Instance variables in classes

Instance variables in structs

Array elements

Value parameters

Reference parameters

Output parameters

Local variables

Default values

Definite assignment

Initially assigned variables

Initially unassigned variables

Precise rules for determining definite assignment  

General rules for statements

Block statements, checked, and unchecked statements  

Expression statements

Declaration statements

If statements

Switch statements

While statements

Do statements

For statements

Break, continue, and goto statements

Throw statements

Return statements

Try-catch statements

Try-finally statements

Try-catch-finally statements

Foreach statements

Using statements

Lock statements

Yield statements

General rules for simple expressions         

General rules for expressions with embedded expressions    

Invocation expressions and object creation expressions      

Simple assignment expressions

&& expressions

|| expressions

! expressions

?? expressions

?: expressions

Anonymous functions

Variable references

Atomicity of variable references    

Conversions   

Implicit conversions

Identity conversion

Implicit numeric conversions

Implicit enumeration conversions  

Implicit nullable conversions

Null literal conversions

Implicit reference conversions

Boxing conversions

Implicit dynamic conversions

Implicit constant expression conversions           

Implicit conversions involving type parameters          

User-defined implicit conversions  

Anonymous function conversions and method group conversions        

Ex conversions  

Explicit numeric conversions

Explicit enumeration conversions  

Explicit nullable conversions

Explicit reference conversions

Unboxing conversions

Explicit dynamic conversions

Explicit conversions involving type parameters           

User-defined explicit conversions   

Standard conversions

Standard implicit conversions

Standard explicit conversions

User-defined conversions

Permitted user-defined conversions

Lifted conversion operators

Evaluation of user-defined conversions 

User-defined implicit conversions   

User-defined explicit conversions   

Anonymous function conversions

Evaluation of anonymous function conversions to delegate types         

Evaluation of anonymous function conversions to expression tree types

Implementation example

Method group conversions

Expressions

Expression classifications

Values of expressions

Static and Dynamic Binding

Binding-time        

Dynamic binding

Types of constituent expressions

Operators

Operator precedence and associativity 

Operator overloading

Unary operator overload resolution        

Binary operator overload resolution       

Candidate user-defined operators   

Numeric promotions   

Unary numeric promotions

Binary numeric promotions

Lifted operators

Base types 

Function members

Argument lists   

Corresponding parameters

Run-time evaluation of argument lists    

Type inference     

The first phase

The second phase

Input types

Output types

Dependence

Output type inferences

Explicit parameter type inferences  

Exact inferences

Lower-bound inferences

Upper-bound inferences

Fixing

Inferred return type

Type inference for conversion of method groups

Finding the best common type of a set of expressions

Overload resolution   

Applicable function member

Better function member

Better conversion from expression

Better conversion from type

Better conversion target

Overloading in generic classes

Compile-time checking of dynamic overload resolution

Function member invocation

Invocations on boxed instances

Primary expressions

Literals

Simple names

Invariant meaning in blocks

Parenthesized expressions

Member access

Identical simple names and type names 

Grammar ambiguities

Invocation expressions

Method invocations

Extension method invocations

Delegate invocations

Element access

Array access

Indexer access

This access

Base access

Postfix increment and decrement operators

The new operator

Object creation expressions

Object initializers

Collection initializers

Array creation expressions

Delegate creation expressions

Anonymous object creation expressions

The typeof operator

The checked and unchecked operators      

Default value expressions

Anonymous method expressions

Unary operators

Unary plus operator

Unary minus operator

Logical negation operator

Bitwise complement operator

Prefix increment and decrement operators         

Cast expressions

Arithmetic operators

Multiplication operator

Division operator

Remainder operator

Addition operator

Subtraction operator

Shift operators

Relational and type-testing operators

Integer comparison operators

Floating-point comparison operators 

Decimal comparison operators

Boolean equality operators

Enumeration comparison operators        

Reference type equality operators   

String equality operators

Delegate equality operators

Equality operators and null

The is operator

The as operator

Logical operators

Integer logical operators     

Enumeration logical operators       

Boolean logical operators     

Nullable boolean logical operators          

Conditional logical operators

Boolean conditional logical operators

User-defined conditional logical operators

The null coalescing operator

Conditional operator

Anonymous function expressions

Anonymous function signatures

Anonymous function bodies 

Overload resolution 

Anonymous functions and dynamic binding

Outer variables

Captured outer variables

Instantiation of local variables

Evaluation of anonymous function expressions

Query expressions

Ambiguities in query expressions     

Query expression translation

Select and groupby clauses with continuations

Explicit range variable types

Degenerate query expressions

From, let, where, join and orderby clauses

Select clauses

Groupby clauses

Transparent identifiers

The query expression pattern

Assignment operators

Simple assignment

Compound assignment

Event assignment

Expression

Constant expressions

Boolean expressions

Statements

End points and reachability

Blocks

Statement lists

The empty statement

Labeled statements

Declaration statements

Local variable declarations

Local constant declarations

Expression statements

Selection statements

The if statement

The switch statement

Iteration statements

The while statement

The do statement

The for statement

The foreach statement

Jump statements

The break statement

The continue statement

The goto statement

The return statement

The throw statement

The try statement

The checked and unchecked statements 

The lock statement

The using statement

The yield statement

Namespaces

Compilation units

Namespace declarations

Extern aliases

Using directives

Using alias directives

Using namespace directives

Namespace members

Type declarations

Namespace alias qualifiers

Uniqueness of aliases

Classes

Class declarations

Class modifiers

Abstract classes

Sealed classes

Static classes

Partial modifier

Type parameters

Class base specification

Base classes

Interface implementations

Type parameter constraints

Class body

Partial types

Attributes

Modifier

Type parameters and constraints

Base class

Base interfaces

Members

Partial methods

Name binding

Class members

The instance type

Members of constructed types

Inheritance

The new modifier

Access modifiers

Constituent types

Static and instance members

Nested types

Fully qualified name

Declared accessibility

Hiding

this access

Access to private and protected members of the containing type

Nested types in generic classes

Reserved member names

Member names reserved for properties

Member names reserved for events

Member names reserved for indexers

Member names reserved for destructors

Constants

Fields

Static and instance fields

Readonly fields

Using static readonly fields for constants

Versioning of constants and static readonly fields

Volatile fields

Field initialization

Variable initializers

Static field initialization

Instance field initialization

Methods

Method parameters

Value parameters

Reference parameters

Output parameters

Parameter arrays

Static and instance methods

Virtual methods

Override methods

Sealed methods

Abstract methods

External methods

Partial methods

Extension methods

Method body

Method overloading

Properties

Static and instance properties

Accessors

Automatically implemented properties

Accessibility

Virtual, sealed, override, and abstract accessors

Events

Field-like events

Event accessors

Static and instance events

Virtual, sealed, override, and abstract accessors

Indexers

Indexer overloading

Operators

Unary operators

Binary operators

Conversion operators

Instance constructors

Constructor initializers

Instance variable initializers

Constructor execution

Default constructors

Private constructors

Optional instance constructor parameters

static constructors

Destructors

Iterators

Enumerator interfaces

Enumerable interfaces

Yield type

Enumerator objects

The MoveNext method

The Current property

The Dispose method

Enumerable objects

The GetEnumerator method

Implementation example

Structs

Struct declarations

Struct modifiers

Partial modifier

Struct interfaces

Struct body

Struct members

Class and struct differences

Value semantics

Inheritance

Assignment

Default values

Boxing and unboxing

Meaning of this

Field initializers

Constructors

Destructors

Static constructors

Struct examples

Database integer type  

Database boolean type  

Arrays   

Array types

The System.Array type    

Arrays and the generic IList interface

Array creation    

Array element access

Array members

Array covariance

Array initializers

Interfaces        

Interface declarations

Interface modifiers        

Partial modifier  

Variant type parameter lists  

Variance safety

Variance conversion

Base interfaces    

Interface body      

Interface members

Interface methods

Interface properties

Interface events

Interface indexers

Interface member access

Fully qualified interface member names

Interface implementations

Explicit interface member implementations       

Uniqueness of implemented interfaces   

Implementation of generic methods          

Interface mapping

Interface implementation inheritance     

Interface re-implementation

Abstract classes and interfaces      

Enums

Enum declarations

Enum modifiers

Enum members

The System.Enum type

Enum values and operations

Delegates

Delegate declarations

Delegate compatibility

Delegate instantiation

Delegate invocation

Exceptions

Causes of exceptions

The System.Exception class

How exceptions are handled

Common Exception Classes

Attributes

Attribute classes

Attribute usage

Positional and named parameters   

Attribute parameter types

Attribute specification

Attribute instances

Compilation of an attribute

Run-time retrieval of an attribute instance

Reserved attributes

The AttributeUsage attribute

The Conditional attribute

Conditional methods

Conditional attribute classes

The Obsolete attribute

Attributes for Interoperation

Interoperation with COM and Win32 components

Interoperation with other .NET languages

The IndexerName attribute

Unsafe code

Unsafe contexts

Pointer types

Fixed and moveable variables

Pointer conversions

Pointer arrays

Pointers in expressions

Pointer indirection

Pointer member access

Pointer element access

The address-of operator

Pointer increment and decrement

Pointer arithmeti

Pointer comparison

The sizeof operator

The fixed statement

Fixed size buffers

Fixed size buffer declarations

Fixed size buffers in expressions

Definite assignment checking

Stack allocation

Dynamic memory allocation

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