Topic: C# and C++

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Wrox's Visual C# 2005 Express Edition Starter Kit

F. Scott Barker
ISBN: 978-0-7645-8955-3
Paperback
336 pages
February 2006
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ChapterPageDetailsDatePrint Run
3 Error in Text
Misplaced hyphen, please change to:

given command-line
07/06/2006
4 Error in Text
Second bullet,please change to:

· Use Visual Studio .NET to develop and maintain your C# code and applications.
07/06/2006
10 Missing Punctuation
Please insert a period at the end of the first paragraph.
05/29/07
14 Error in Text
Incorrect Figure: fig.1-11 [wrong screen]

Needs to be changed to figure: 589555 fg0111.png
07/06/2006
15 Error in Text
Text reads:
"...located left of the..."

Should read:
"...located right of the main editor displayed in figure 1.11..."
07/06/2006
17 Error in Step
Step 3 should read:

3. Select Debug -> Start Without Debugging. This builds, compiles,
and runs your application displaying a prompt to “Press any key to
continue…” in the console window after completion. Alternately you
can press Ctrl+F5.
7/11/06
21 Error in Bullet
second bullet:
should read:

Discusses the differences between compiled and interpreted languages.
7/11/06
21 Error in Bullet
third bullet:
should read:

Goes over Windows programming and discusses events.
7/11/06
21 Error in Text
last paragraph:
should read:

Nowadays, even those who are end users have heard the term “computer
programming”. In the real world you heard about various cults
which “program” their members into believing or behaving certain
ways. Computer programming is basically the same thing, only it you,
the new developer, telling the computer what to do. (The believe part
doesn’t carry over as well, but you get the idea.) Over the years
there have been different ways to tell the computer what to do, and
the exciting news is it is getting easier as time goes on.
7/11/06
22 Error in Text
in second paragraph:
the sentence should read:

These commands come in the form of lines of code called statements that are grouped together to form one or more tasks.
7/11/06
23 Clarification of Text
P23:
BASIC = Begginner's All-purpose Symbolic Instruction CODE
06/08/2006
25 Error in Text
third paragraph:
should read:

The .NET framework is built around OOP features, and you can use its
classes for your own use. Chapter 4 discusses this in more detail.
For now, remember that even the forms you work with are actually
classes with the above-mentioned properties and methods, as well as
events, which are discussed in the section called “Event Programming”
later in this chapter.
7/11/06
25 Error in Text
second to last paragraph:
should read:

As mentioned, the lines between these three types of programming
blur because you can now access the Web and perform system functions
right from within desktop applications you create with very little
effort. Web access from within your applications is discussed further
in Chapter 15.
7/11/06
27 Error in Text
first paragraph: should read: Since punch cards, computer programming has been developing for a
good number of years and has seen tremendous advances in the last 50
years. Programming languages can be interpreted or compiled, with
benefits being seen in both. Microsoft has worked to take the best of
both into their new .NET programming languages.
7/11/06
29 Error in Text
last words:
should read:

control events.
7/11/06
42-43 Text and Figure Alignment
Figure 3-14 and Figure 3-15 are identical. This has put all subsequent figures out of sync with the text.

For Example:
The text refers to figure 3-16, when it should refer to figure 3-17.
06/23/2006
45 Error in Text
P45, Step 9:
Text property set to "SUM" in Fig 3-18 not "Sum Values" as in text.
06/08/2006
65 Error in Text
number 3:
should read:

What is the feature that lists parts of namespaces as you are
typing the statements in code?
7/11/06
67 Error in Text
"Demonstrates how to Manipulates information in variables"
Should be:
"Demonstrates how to Manipulate information in variables"
3/7/06
68 Error in Text
P68, Step 5:
Text Value is set to Declaring Varaibles not Varaiables as shown in text.
06/08/2006
70 Error in Text
first line, number 7:
should read:

Double-click the btnVariables button. The code for the form is
displayed. Type the following lines of code in between the open and
close curly brackets of the main procedure:
7/11/06
70 Error in Figure
'Simple Assignment of Variables', Figure 5-3:
referred to as showing what is returned when you build a program
with errors in. It doesn't show this.

Figure 5-3 shows instead the corrected version of code as detailed
under the following section 'Assigning Variables with the Declaration'.

*see downloads
06/23/2006
73 Error in Text
Page 73, line 4 states that the value '40' is returned from the equation '(3+6) * 5'.

The correct answer should be 45."

AND

Page 73:
3+6 equals 8(sic)
06/23/2006
76 Error in Text
On the top of page:
denoted by the double backslash

should read:
denoted by the double forward slash
08/02/06
78 Error in Text
number 3:
should read:

Double-click the button. C# Express creates a routine for the Click event, and opens the code file.
7/11/06
78 Typo
use the Covert class

should read:
use the Convert class
8/02/06
79 Error in Text
middle should read:

The values are actually integer values representing the months
starting with the value 1. When you are using the enumeration in
your code, you can type the name of the base name, such as Months,
and see the list of possible values. You can see this in Figure 5-9.
7/11/06
82 Missing Word
third to last paragraph:
be able to advantage of
should be:

be able to take advantage of
7/11/06
83 Error in Note
bottom of page:
should read:

As you rebuild your solution and correct the errors that occur, you will see new errors occur. This is because some errors can hide other errors.
7/11/06
85 Error in Text
Try It Out 2. reads:
Breach Using Menus

should read:
Break Using Menus
8/07/06
91 Missing Word
bottom of page, should read:

...you can see in Figure 6-9 where intTest2 is displayed
7/11/06
121 Error in Text
first paragraph should read:

Either that or it would take a lot more code to accomplish it. The
same could be especially said when you have the occasion to make
iterations such as working through the days of the month.
7/11/06
134 Error in Code
In highlight, code should read:

private void btnSwitchboards_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
{
frmSwitchboardMain frm = new frmSwitchboardMain();
frm.Show();
}
7/11/06
135-6 Error in Reference, Missing file
Micorosft Calendar references to figure 8-11 should indicate Calculator and not Calendar
AND
The Windows calculator .ico file is missing from the chapter 8 folder in the downloads for this book.
6/26/06
146-148 Missing Step in Try it Out
The last "Try it Out" section of Chapter 8 appears to be missing the step for setting the MDI Parent Form "IsMdContainer" property to true. Without setting that property, it will not work when you execute the example.
3/1/06
9 164 Error in Code
The line:
if (strFileName !="")

Should read:
if (strFileName == "openFileDialog1")

AND

delete the FileName property of the openFileDialg1 so that it begins blank.

AND

The downloadable code from the website:
private void saveToolStripMenuItem_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
{
string strFileName = openFileDialog1.FileName;

if (strFileName != "")
{
if (saveFileDialog1.ShowDialog() == DialogResult.OK)
{
strFileName = saveFileDialog1.FileName;
richTextBox1.SaveFile(strFileName);
}
}
else
{
richTextBox1.SaveFile(strFileName);
}
}
8/14/06
190 Error in Code
In Step 2 of "Try-It-Out", the reader is asked to enter a new field under an existing field. The requested field has already been filled in the database file downloaded from the download site. The new field does not need to be entered manually.
06/27/2006