Microsoft Visual C# is a programming environment
used to create console-based, Windows-based, data-based, XML, and
This web site provides lessons, topics, and
guidance on how to use MSVC#.
To use Microsoft Visual C#, you can purchase it
or you can freely download Microsoft Visual C# Express Edition from
the Microsoft web site.
Requesting a Value
Data Reading and Formatting
C# For ASP.NET
Databases With Microsoft SQL Server
Microsoft SQL Server Databases
Here are some lessons on using Microsoft SQL
Server databases in
an ASP.NET application. We cover file-based, XML, and formal
databases that use a system located on a server.
Databases With Microsoft Access
Microsoft Access Databases
These articles, lessons, and topics deal
with using Microsoft Access databases on
an ASP.NET web site.
Creating Better ASP.NET Web Pages
This section reviews various issues you
should be aware to create good functioning ASP.NET web pages,
including the ability to use the various languages available on the
web or how to mix them.
File processing allows you to create, use,
and manipulate files on a web site. Here are topics on how these
various operations can be done, based on the classes in the .NET
Web Site Fundamentals
These are introductory topics on various
issues of the C# language, web development, web sites,
web pages, and web design. This mostly constitutes a general
section with programming and .NET Framework concepts.
Arrays and Collections
Collections are at the heart of databases.
They make it possible to create and manage lists. Here is how to use
them in ASP.NET.
This web page allows you to calculate a
factorial, a permutation, or a combination: