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[Udemy 100% Off]-Test your core csharp skills

[Udemy 100% Off]-Test your core csharp skills
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Should have basic knowledge of c# programming concepts

laptop/mobile/tablet

Note: use coupon="C-SHARP" you will get 100% discount only for first 100 enrollment so hurry up!

Overview:
C# (pronounced “C Sharp”) is a high-level, object-oriented programming language that is also built as an extension of C. It was developed by a team at Microsoft lead by Anders Hejlsberg in 2002. It’s based in the .NET framework, but its backbone is still clearly the C language. C# is used in essentially all of microsoft products. It is mainly used for developing desktop applications and, more recently, Windows 8/10 applications.

All practice tests are time based and at end of tests you can review your answers and understand concepts. Main purpose of test is to make you go through all c# concepts and enhance your skills.

This course is recommended for students who have already learned C# language or are learning which will help them to retake test as many times they want. It can be accessed through all mediums and new questions will be added continuously.

Description:
This course will help you learn all basics as well as intermediate level logical question asked in c# programming. Best way to learn any programming language is through practicing exercises. This course covers all necessary concepts that beginner or intermediate level student should learn.

This course has 5 practice tests which are time based and user have to select anwser through multiple choice questions and at end of test, user can review result.

This course covers topics like:
  • Basics,
  • Data types,
  • keywords,
  • operators,
  • conditional,
  • OOPS,
  • strings,
  • arrays,
  • enums,
  • interfaces,
  • functions,
  • constructors,
  • deconstructors,
  • collections,
  • properties,
  • structure,
  • garbage collections,
  • exception handling,
  • etc
More topic wise questions will be added ...

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