You covered a lot of ground in this chapter. You were introduced to the delights of the new Visual C# 2005 Express user interface and development environment, and you also took a look at some of the neat features the IDE provides when you’re writing code. You even wrote a full web browser application, something you’ll be taking another look at in Chapter 16 later in the book.

After this whirlwind tour of the IDE, you’ll be pleased to know that in the next chapter I slow things down a bit so you can take a long hard look at just what a C# program is and what it all means. Those of you who have never written code will soon understand all the things that may have worried you in the earlier examples. Those of you coming here from other languages are about to wonder just how on earth you ever got along before C# came around.

See you in the next chapter.


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