Monday , March 30 2020

C# – More on arrays, loops and conditionals (Part 2)

  This is the 2nd part of: More about arrays, loops and conditionals (Part 1) Part 2: Code for 3 x 3 matrix application: Put this below static void main() int[,] matrix = new int[3, 3] { {1,3,5}, {6,7,8}, {9,6,3} }; for (int i = 0; i < matrix.GetLength(0); i++) { for …

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C# – More on arrays, loops and conditionals (Part 1)

In this video we will revise what we have learned in our past videos. Making variables Taking inputs Loops Arrays Conditionals and switch cases We will use these to achieve 2 tasks: Calculator 3 x 3 matrix using 2D arrays. I have broken the video in 2 parts to not …

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C# – Conditionals ( if-else, else-if and switch cases)

In this lesson, we will learn about using if-else, else-if and switch cases. We will learn who to make logics that if something happens, do that…other wise do something else.    

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C# – Loops

C# – Loops by onlineteachinghub In this video we will learn about 4 kinds of loops in C#: For loop: Used to repeat actions until a limit is met for(initialize; limit; increment){ // Do action here } While loop: Used to repeat action until a condition is met while( condition ){ …

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C# – Arrays

What is Array? An array is a container object that holds a fixed number of values of a single type. The length of an array is established when the array is created. After creation, its length is fixed. This is how an actual array look like:   In this video …

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C# – User inputs and Variables

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In this video we will learn: How to take inputs Data type conversion Writing on screen Type casting C# – User inputs and Variables by onlineteachinghub

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JAVA #14 – Dynamic user input on Array in Java (Console)

  Dynamic user input on Array in Java One of the strengths of Java is the huge libraries of code available to you. This is code that has been written to do specific jobs. All you need to do is to reference which library you want to use, and then …

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