Working with Lists.

In this tutorial you’ll be working with Lists<>, C# sexy sexy new way of implementing arrays with a much wider gamma of uses.

We’ll be managing Lists<> of different types and calling some of the most common functions.

Read the complete tutorial after the break.

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building a decimal-binary-hexadecimal converter! [Tutorial]

Today, we’ll build a multipurpose converter.

Decimal – Binary – Hexadecimal

Students are asked to build this program in their first week of school so I thought a lot of my readers would enjoy this.

With this program you’ll be able to convert from all three formats to all three formats. Each conversion is in it’s own method so you can easily see how it works.

Have fun guys!

Our Converter.

This is how our final solution will look like.

We’ll use:

  • Labels
  • Textboxes
  • Buttons
  • Class Instancing
  • Number Formatting

Download the final solution here.

The complete tutorial, after the break.

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Building a Fahrenheit/Celcius converter! [Tutorial]

Today we’ll be building outselves a nifty temperature converter! It’s one of the most common tasks a student programmer is asked to make.

Our final solution will look like this:

Farenheit - Celcius Converter

How our final solution will look like.

We’ll use:

  • Labels
  • Textboxes
  • Buttons
  • Class Instancing

Download the final solution here.

The complete tutorial, after the break.

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Building a name generator for weapons. [Tutorial]

Hi folks, this will be my first tutorial on this site. We’ll be making a name generator for weapons. Useful if you don’t know what to name a weapon in your program.

We’ll use:

  • Lists.
  • Switch Case.
  • Random Class.

This is what our final solution will look like: Note, the magnifying glass is a picturebox.

Download the final solution here.

The final solution outcome.

The final solution outcome.

Look out for the complete tutorial after the break.

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Programming is an EasyTask!

Hello and welcome to EasyTask.

I made this blog in order to host some of my tutorials for programming in C#. To understand the tutorials you will have to have a beginner to intermidiate level of the C# language. Advanced users should look elsewhere for more advanced tutorials.

The tutorials here will range from simple programs to manipulate numbers, to semi advanced  game programming.

If you love to program I’d like to recommend you visit http://www.dreamincode.net

It is a forum for asking all sorts of questions regarding a wide range of Languages. C#, PHP, SQL, you name it, it has a subforum there.

Add me to your friends list: papuccino1

 

First up on the list of game tutorials is a full Bingo game.  Stay tuned.

See you soon,

Serg