Join Joe Marini for an in-depth discussion in this video Using the exercise files, part of C#: Interfaces and Generics.
- I've included exercise files to accompany each of the examples in this course. I've copied the Exercise Files folder to my Desktop, to make it easy to work with, but you can place the folder anywhere on your computer that you like. Inside the folder you will find additional folders that correspond to each chapter in this course, along with a folder named FinishedExamples, and a file named ExampleSnippets. Each of the individual chapter folders contains the starting points for each of the lessons, which we will use to build the finished example. The ExampleSnippets file contains various code snippets that we will use to build the examples, so that you don't have to sit there and watch me type code.
The FinishedExamples folder contains the finished working example for each of the lessons, in case you want to skip ahead and see how each one works. How you use these examples is entirely up to you. If you want to open each unfinished example and work along with me, then that's great. If you'd rather skip ahead and look at each finished example, then that's great too. Once you have the Exercise Files folder where you want it on your computer, then you're ready to get started.
- Designing and implementing an interface
- Implementing multiple interfaces
- Using .NET-defined interfaces
- Understanding how generics improve program reliability
- Exploring .NET's generic data collection classes