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Learning Object-Oriented Programming

By : Gaston C. Hillar
Book Image

Learning Object-Oriented Programming

By: Gaston C. Hillar

Overview of this book

Table of Contents (16 chapters)
Learning Object-Oriented Programming
About the Author
About the Reviewers

Organizing object-oriented code in C#

C# allows you to use namespaces to declare a scope that contains a set of related elements. Thus, we can use namespaces to organize interfaces and classes. We will work with nested namespaces to organize the code of an application. This allows you to create and furnish house floor plans. Then, we will use interfaces and classes from different namespaces in diverse pieces of code.

Working with folders

We will create a Windows console application named Chapter7. Visual Studio will automatically add a Program.cs C# source file in the solution's root folder. We will create the following six folders to organize the code in our house floor plan layout application. Then, we will add subfolders and C# source files in each of the previously created folders. Visual Studio will use these folders and subfolders to automatically generate the namespaces for each new C# source file:

  • Build

  • Decorate

  • Furnish

  • General

  • Landscape

  • Outdoor

We will use the C# source file...