Getting Started

Welcome to With C#! In this course introduction, you’ll learn about the C# language, its history, and how it has developed over time.


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This episode introduces you to Visual Studio, what it does, and how to get it running on your computer.


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In this episode, you’ll write your very first program in C# and actually run it. Let’s get started!


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Big picture time: this episode gives you an overview of how C# converts source code into a running executable.


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Learn about the concept of a variable, how to create one, and ultimately use them in your programs.


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In your first programming with C# challenge, you’ll calculate the average value using variables. Good luck!


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Let’s talk types! Here, you’ll learn about C#’s robust typing system and how it relates to working with variables.


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Not just a type of couch! This episode about casting teaches you the basics of converting data from one type to another.


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Operators work on data, and C# has lots of them. You’ll learn some of the basic operators in this episode.


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Challenge time! In your second challenge, you are tasked with creating a string using other strings.


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This episode will introduce the concept of null and walk you through what it means to create a nullable type.


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That was a lot to cover! With part one complete, you get a review of what you learned, as well as the excitement still to come in Part 2.


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Control Flow

In Part 2 of the course, you’ll learn about control flow and the various topics that contribute to it.


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In this episode, you’ll learn how to create constants in C# in a way that is readable and easy to understand.


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The if statement allows you to branch your code based on your data. This episodes teaches the basics of using them.


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In this challenge, you’ll write an if statement to determine whether an if statement is even or odd.


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The ternary operator allows you to condense your if statement into a single, which is great for setting values.


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In this episode, you’ll learn about the Switch statement, which is similar to an if statement, but with key differences.


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An array is your first data structure that can hold other items. Here, you’ll learn to use arrays in your programs.


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Challenge time! In this challenge, you’ll create an array to hold your first, middle, and last name.


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Time for for loops! Learn about the basics of the for loop and how to use it for repetitive tasks.


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One more challenge! This challenge tasks you with printing out your name array using just a for loop.


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This episode introduces you to some of the other loops that you may use when writing programs.


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Congrats on completing Beginning Programming With C#! Let’s review what you learned and find out where to go next.


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