Oops concepts in C#

Oops Concept in Dot Net
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The students will gain basic knowledge on Oops Concept
C#
Dot net Framework
Oops Concept

Requirements

  • Basic knowledge on C#

Description

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Requirements

  • Visual Studio 2013 or above

  • Before continue on Oops concept we should have basic knowledge in below technology. C#

in this course, we are going to learn about Oops Concept in C#.

Oops is a object oriented programming. Oops is very popular in Modern programming language to make a application in organized way, it help programmers to organize entities and objects.

There are couple of concept in Oops that we are going to discuss in this course.

1.Class and Object

2.Abstraction

3.Encapsulation

4.Polymorphism

5.Inheritance

6.Constructor

7.Abstract class and Interface

About project implementation

In this Course we will see each topic with an real time example and we will see how to implement all concept in Visual studio so we are able to understand it very well.

I recommend , please install visual studio 2013 or above version so it will be helpful to implement logic in visual studio and you will learn every concept practically.

It will be very helpful if you have basic knowledge on C#.

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Who this course is for:

  • developers
  • Students
  • dotnet developer

Course content

1 section10 lectures1h 7m total length
  • Introduction
    02:11
  • Class and object in C#
    05:32
  • Abstraction and encapsulation in C#
    05:13
  • Inheritance In C#
    10:47
  • Method Hiding In C#
    06:38
  • Polymorphism and Method Overriding In C#
    06:38
  • Method hiding Vs Method overriding
    03:47
  • Method Overloading in C#
    04:26
  • Constructor in C#
    11:07
  • Interface and Abstract class in C#
    11:11

Instructor

Full stack developer
Munesh Sharma
  • 4.1 Instructor Rating
  • 55 Reviews
  • 4,839 Students
  • 2 Courses

I am a full stack developer and I am A person who is trying to do something special, in the way of achieving the goal, and like to write quotes. I like to write blogs on technologies.

I have total of 8 years of experience in dot net technologies and worked with many reputed MNC on many domains.

I like to learn new technologies.