Part 2 – C# Tutorial – Reading and writing to a console.avi

Part 2 - C# Tutorial - Reading and writing to a console.avi

Link for code samples used in the demo http://csharp-video-tutorials.blogspot.com/2012/06/part-2-c-tutorial-reading-and-writing.html Link for csharp, asp.net…

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19 responses to “Part 2 – C# Tutorial – Reading and writing to a console.avi”

  1. kudvenkat says:

    Thank you very much for taking time to give feedback. In the description of this video, I have included the link for ASP .NET, C#, and SQL Server playlists. All the videos are arranged in logical sequence in these playlists, which could be useful to you. Please share the link with your friends who you think would also benefit from them. If you like these videos, please click on the THUMBS UP button below the video. For email alerts, when new videos are uploaded, you may subscribe to my channel.

  2. ThinkNext_ says:

    Your Presentation and explanation is Awesum Sir!! Became a Big Fan of you..!!

  3. zain raza says:

    thanks kudvenkat, am enjoying your videos so far and hope to learn lots more as I work my way through them, you’re doing a great service 🙂

  4. kudvenkat says:

    Hi, running the application by pressing CTRL + F5, should answer both your questions. Please let me know if you need any other classification. To receive email alerts, when new videos are uploaded, please subscribe to my youtube channel. May I ask you for a favour. I want these tutorials to be helpful for as many people as possible. Please share the link with your friends who you think would also benefit from them. If you like these videos, please click on the THUMBS UP button below the video.

  5. zain raza says:

    Hello there, I was curious how you managed to keep the console application open without using the readline() method yourself at the end of the main function code? Also, when you debug and run the application, the console window is labelled C:WindowsSystem32cmd.exe but when I run the same application on my computer the label shows the filepath of where I have stored the solution? I am running c# 2012 so perhaps that is what is causing the difference?

  6. Apurva Patkeshwar says:

    use ctrl+F5 to run the program..

  7. Ivandro Ismael says:

    Thank you!

  8. Devasani Madhu says:

    HI sir actually iam mechanical design engineer ,presently learning this software to develop design automation in uni graphics,do you have any idea hw to create a component parameter application so that the user should work on form alone changeing inputs.

    ex: cylinder : length=1,diameter=2; i have to create application on desktop so that user should work only on the inputs,will this software will be helpful to do so

  9. Devasani Madhu says:

    thnk
    

  10. kudvenkat says:

    Hi, you can improve the video quality, by clicking on the change quality button that is present in the lower bottom corner of the youtube player.

  11. Devasani Madhu says:

    sir,i cant see the video clearly

  12. stylishsam100 says:

    Nyc 🙂

  13. kudvenkat says:

    Hi Aliza, include Console.ReadLine() as the last statement in your Main() function. Hope this helps.

  14. aliza bloan says:

    i cant see the outcome in cmd, it go so fast , do u have any suggestion.

  15. aliza bloan says:

    Thankyou
    

  16. Shiva Abhishek says:

    Simply great…

  17. 1oceanus says:

    Thanks! Very helpful!!!

  18. Lâm Nguyen says:

    Thanks very much!!!

  19. GeekTechTuts says:

    Great explanation of the console class!  Thank you.

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