C# Beginners Series Part 2 | Switch Statements

Did You Find This Easy To Understand?


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Syndicate

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Decided to write this part tonight as i wont be able to release another Part for a few days.

*Please also note, most code in this series will be written as im writing the thread, its unlikely but if by some chance i do mess up in the code, please leave a comment below. Remember this series is targeted for beginners, there may be points in the series where i could of coded something more efficiently, however im trying to make it easy for a noob to understand!!*

In this part you SHOULD learn how switch statements work and how you can use them!


PHP:
        static void Main(string[] args)
        {
            Console.Write("Rate Syndicate Out Of 10!!");
            int marks = int.Parse(Console.ReadLine());

            switch (marks)
            {
                case 10: // if 10 is entered, execute next code!
                    Console.Write("Thank You");
                    break; // if conditions arent met, break  | jump to next

                default: // if all is false and a valid value hasent been entered
                    Console.Write("Your a **** bruhhh");
                    break;               
            }
            Console.Read();
        }
    }
}

Of course you can have more Case's look below for another example;


PHP:
static void Main(string[] args)
        {
            Console.Write("Please Type A Number!");
            int marks = int.Parse(Console.ReadLine());

            switch (marks)
            {
                case 10: // if 10 is entered, execute next code!
                    Console.Write("You Typed 10!");
                    break; // if conditions arent met, break  | jump to next

                case 9: // if 9 is entered, execute next code!
                    Console.Write("You Typed 9");
                    break; // if conditions arent met, break  | jump to next

                case 8: // if 8 is entered, execute next code!
                    Console.Write("You Typed 8");
                    break; // if conditions arent met, break  | jump to next

                default: // if all is false and a valid value hasent been entered
                    Console.Write("You didnt type 10, 9 or 8");
                    break;               
            }
            Console.Read();
        }

To all readers, i spend time to write this so if you do go to publish my code on another forum, please credit or just write the thing yourself!

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Maybe I should do c++ for advanced or people who understand a C language xD
 

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would be cool to have a section for C# and C++
Yes. However one small thread won't be able to teach them. Ill make them learn a **** ton of vocabulary, how to solve binary and convert stuff into a hexadecimal etc lel
 

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You should try this type of tutorial next time (Not at all having a go at this, I just wanna see it done more)
Put little parts of the code all over the thread, so they have to learn it and not just copy+paste the code.

Such as:
Code[]
What its about and why you need it
Code{}
What its about and why you need it
More Code []
Why that is needed to make Code[] work
More Code{}
Why that is needed to make Code{} work

If that isn't very 'understandable', just PM me :grinning:
 

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syntax is basic, if they haven't spent time to learn it then they cant be that bothered to learn C#
 

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syntax is basic, if they haven't spent time to learn it then they cant be that bothered to learn C#
You're wrong. C# is fairly easy, very similar to VB.net just different syntaxes almost. Anyways, C# is easily learned. Just how well you dedicate yourself.
 

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Yes. However one small thread won't be able to teach them. Ill make them learn a **** ton of vocabulary, how to solve binary and convert stuff into a hexadecimal etc lel

Is converting to hexadecimal supposed to be hard?
Note, I remember getting taught this one time in a Computer science lesson 3 years ago.
11010111
Separate your byte in to nybbles
1101/0111
Convert your nybbles in to denary using the beginning of Binary to Denary

8421/8421
1101/0111
13. - 6
Convert in to hexadecimal (0-9 a-f)
C6 (if this is wrong excuse me, its 2:30am)

If you want to flex your ePenis even harder, you could convert Denary to Hex and back again, but thats for another day
 
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Is converting to hexadecimal supposed to be hard?
Note, I remember getting taught this one time in a Computer science lesson 3 years ago.
11010111
Separate your byte in to nybbles
1101/0111
Convert your nybbles in to denary using the beginning of Binary to Denary

8421/8421
1101/0111
13. - 6
Convert in to hexadecimal (0-9 a-f)
C6 (if this is wrong excuse me, its 2:30am)

If you want to flex your ePenis even harder, you could convert Denary to Hex and back again, but thats for another day
dec to hex is ezz af.
 

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the syntax is easy... how can I be wrong about a opinion related question?
You make it sound like they can't learn C#. The best way to learn is learning while you do it. Coding wise, also books are very helpful too. I can post some eBooks if you guys want.
 
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