K​ ​L​ ​University Department​ ​of​ ​Electronics​ ​and​ ​Computer​ ​Engineering Course​ ​Handout​ ​for​ ​VISUAL​ ​PROGRAMMING​ ​(Third​ ​YearB.Tech.) A.Y.2015-16 CourseName

:​ ​ ​VISUAL​ ​PROGRAMMING

Course​ ​Code

:​ ​ ​13EM333

L-T-Pstructure

:​ ​ ​3-0-0

Course​ ​Credits

:​ ​3

Course​ ​Coordinator

:​ ​Dr.KVD​ ​SAGAR

Course​ ​Instructors

:​ ​K.Ravindranath

Course​ ​Teaching​ ​Associates

:

Course​ ​Objective:​The​ ​main​ ​objective​ ​of​ ​this​ ​course​ ​is​ ​to​ ​introduce.NET​ ​Technology​ ​to​ ​apply​ ​OOPs​ ​concepts​ ​using​ ​C#​ ​Programs. Course Rationale:​The purpose of learning this course “Visual Programming” is to make students understand the principles of .NET framework. OOPS concepts will be covered in this course which includes abstraction, Inheritance, Polymorphism, interfaces, delegates​ ​and​ ​events.​ ​Student​ ​learning​ ​this​ ​course​ ​will​ ​be​ ​able​ ​to​ ​develop​ ​Console​ ​Application. Course​ ​Outcomes​ ​(CO): CO CO No : 1 Understand​ ​the​ ​building​ ​blocks​ ​of​ ​ ​.NET​ ​framework 2 Understand​ ​C#​ ​Language​ ​Fundamentals 3 Apply​ ​Object​ ​Oriented​ ​Programming​ ​Concepts​ ​through​ ​C# 4 Apply​ ​Interfaces,​ ​and​ ​collections​ ​ ​through​ ​C#​ ​and​ ​understand​ ​.NET​ ​assemblies COURSE​ ​OUTCOME​ ​INDICATORS​ ​(COI): CO COI-1 No. 1 understand the philosophy of .NET and building​ ​blocks​ ​of​ ​the​ ​.NET

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Understand The role of the common intermediate​ ​language​ ​and​ ​CTS.

understand building C# applications using VS.NET IDE and building .NET applications​ ​using​ ​other​ ​IDEs

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UnderstandAn Anatomy of a basic C# class, objects, Constructors, methods, Default​ ​Assignment​ ​and​ ​variable​ ​scope.

UnderstandThe system Data types, Converting between value type and reference​ ​type,​ ​Boxing​ ​and​ ​Unboxing.

Understand static methods, Array, String manipulation in C#, Enumerations, structures, Defining custom​ ​namespaces.

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ApplyThe first pillar: C# Encapsulation, The second pillar: C#' Inheritance, and The​ ​"Protected"​ ​keyword.

Applythe third pillar: C# Polymorphic support​ ​casting​ ​between​ ​types.

apply exception handling on C# applications

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Apply interfaces using C#, and apply multiple​ ​inheritance.

apply Different collections on C# Programs

understand​ ​.NET​ ​assemblies

SYLLABUS​ ​: The Philosophy of .NET ​Understanding the previous states affair, The .NET Solution, The building Block of the .NET platform (CLR,CTS,CLS), the role of the .NET base class libraries, what C# brings to the table, additional .NET – Aware programming Languages, An overview of .NET binaries (aka assemblies), The role of the common intermediate language, Compiling CIL to platform specific instruction, Understanding the common type system, Intrinsic CTS data types, Understanding the common languages specification, Understanding the common languages runtime, A tour of the .NET namespace, increasing your namespace nomenclature,​ ​Deploying​ ​the​ ​.NET​ ​runtime. Building C# Applications ​The role of the command line compiler (CSC.exe), Building C# application using csc.exe, Working with csc.exe response file, generating bug reports, Remaining C# compiler option, The command line debugger, using the visual studio. Net IDE, Other key aspects of the VS.Net IDE, Documenting your source code via XML, C# preprocessor directives, An interesting Aside:​ ​The​ ​System.​ ​Environment​ ​class,​ ​Building​ ​.Net​ ​application​ ​with​ ​other​ ​IDEs. C# Language Fundamentals : An Anatomy of a basic C# class, Creating objects: Constructor basic, the composition of a C# application, Default Assignment and variable scope, The C# member initialization syntax, Basic input and output with the console class, Understanding value types and reference types, The master node: System. Objects, The system Data type (And C# aliases), Converting between value type and reference type: Boxing and Unboxing, Defining program constraints, C# Iterations constructs, C# control flow constructs, The complete set C# operator, Defining Custom class methods, Understanding static methods, Method parameter modifiers, Array manipulation in C#, String manipulation in C#, C# Enumerations, Defining structures in C#, defining custom​ ​namespaces. Object Oriented Programmingwith C# Formal definition of the C# class, Definition the "Default public interface" of a type, recapping​ ​the​ ​pillars​ ​of​ ​OOP,​ ​The​ ​first​ ​pillar:​ ​C#​ ​Encapsulation​ ​services,​ ​Pseudo​ ​Encapsulation:​ ​Creating​ ​read​ ​only​ ​field, The​ ​second​ ​pillar:​ ​C#'s​ ​Inheritance​ ​supports​ ​keepingfamily​ ​secrets:​ ​The​ ​"Protected"​ ​keyword,​ ​The​ ​Nested​ ​type​ ​definitions, The​ ​third​ ​pillar:​ ​C#'s​ ​Polymorphic​ ​support​ ​casting​ ​between​ ​types,​ ​Generating​ ​class​ ​definitions​ ​using​ ​Visual​ ​Studio.​ ​Net. Exceptions and Objects Life Time Ode to errors, Bugs and exceptions, the role of .NET exceptions handling, the system. Exception base​ ​class​ ​throwing​ ​a​ ​generic​ ​exception​ ​catching​ ​exception, CLR system level exception (System. system exception), Custom application level exception (System. application exception), Handling multiple exception, The finally block, The last chance exception, dynamically identify application and system level exception,​ ​Debugging​ ​system​ ​exception​ ​using​ ​VS.Net, Understanding Object life time, The CIT of new, The basic of garbage collection, Finalizing a type, Finalization process, building and Ad​ ​hoc​ ​destruction​ ​method,​ ​garbage​ ​collection​ ​optimization,​ ​The​ ​system​ ​.GC​ ​type. Interfaces and Collections ​Defining interfaces using C#, Invoking interface member at the object level, Exercising the shape hierarchy, Understanding explicit interface implementation, Interfaces as Polymorphic agents, Building interface hierarchies, Implementing interface using VS.Net, Understanding the Iconvertible interface, Building a custom enumerator (I Enumerable and Ienumerator), Building cloneable objects (Icloneable), Building comparable objects (I Comparable), Exploring the system the collection​ ​namespace,​ ​Building​ ​a​ ​custom​ ​container​ ​(Retrofitting​ ​the​ ​carstype). Understanding .Net Assembles Problems with classic COM Binaries​, An overview of .Net assembly, Building a simple file test assembly, A C# Client Application, A Visual Basic .Net Client application, Cross Language Inheritance, Exploring the Carlibrary's manifest, Exploring the Carlibrary's Types, Building the multi file assembly, Using the multi file assembly, Understanding private assemblies, Probing for private assemblies (The Basics), Private assemblies and XML Configuration files, Probing for private assemblies (The Details),Understanding Shared assembly, Understanding Shared Names, Building a Shared assembly, Understanding​ ​delay​ ​Signing,​ ​Installing/Removing​ ​shared​ ​assemblies,​ ​Using​ ​a​ ​Shared​ ​assembly. Text​ ​books: 1.​ ​Andrew​ ​Troelsen​ ​C#​ ​and​ ​The​ ​.Net​ ​platform,​ ​Second​ ​edition,​ ​2003,​ ​Dream​ ​TECH​ ​Press,India. 2.​ ​Tom​ ​Archer​ ​Inside​ ​C,​ ​2001,​ ​WP​ ​Publishers. Reference​ ​Books​: 1.​ ​Joeduffy,​ ​Professional​ ​.NET​ ​Framework​ ​2.0,​ ​Worx​ ​Publications,​ ​Willey​ ​India​ ​Edition,​ ​2006​ ​Edition 2.​ ​ ​David​ ​S​ ​Platt,​ ​Introducing​ ​Microsoft​ ​.NET,​ ​Prentice​ ​Hall​ ​of​ ​India,​ ​Eastern​ ​Economy​ ​edition,​ ​2nd​ ​Edition 3.​ ​Matthew​ ​Reynolds,​ ​Karli​ ​Watson,​ ​Bill​ ​Forgey,​ ​Brian​ ​Patterson,​ ​.NET

COURSE​ ​DELIVERY​ ​PLAN: Sess .​ ​No.

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Teaching-Learning Methods

Evaluation Components

Understand​ ​the​ ​previous​ ​states​ ​affair​ ​and​ ​.NET​ ​Solution

Chalk&​ ​Board

TEST-I&SE

1

Additional​ ​.NET​ ​Programming​ ​Languages​ ​and​ ​The​ ​role​ ​of​ ​CI

Chalk&​ ​Board

TEST-I&SE

1

2

Common​ ​type​ ​system

Chalk&​ ​Board

TEST-I&SE

4

1

2

Understand​ ​.NET​ ​name​ ​spaces

Chalk&​ ​Board

TEST-I&SE

5

1

3

Understand​ ​.NET​ ​IDE​ ​Features

Chalk&​ ​Board

6

1

3

Building​ ​.NET​ ​applications​ ​with​ ​other​ ​IDEs

Chalk&​ ​Board

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An Anatomy of a basic C# class, Creating objects: Constructor basic, the composition of a C# application, Default Assignment and variable​ ​scope. The C# member initialization syntax, Basic input and output with the​ ​console​ ​class,​ ​Understanding​ ​value​ ​types​ ​and​ ​reference​ ​types. The master node: System. Objects, The system Data type (And C# aliases), Converting between value type and reference type: Boxing and​ ​Unboxing. Defining program constraints, C# Iterations constructs, C# control flow​ ​constructs. Defining Custom class methods, Understanding static methods, Method parameter modifiers, Array manipulation in C#, String manipulation​ ​in​ ​C#. C# Enumerations, Defining structures in C#, Defining custom namespaces. Formal definition of the C# class, Definition the "Default public interface" of a type, Recapping the pillars of OOP, The first pillar: C# Encapsulation services, Pseudo Encapsulation: Creating read only field. The second pillar: C#'s Inheritance supports keeping family secrets: The​ ​"Protected"​ ​keyword,​ ​The​ ​Nested​ ​type​ ​definitions.

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The third pillar: C#'s Polymorphic support casting between types, Generating​ ​class​ ​definitions​ ​using​ ​Visual​ ​Studio.​ ​Net. Exceptions and Objects Life Time Ode to errors, Bugs and exceptions, The role of .NET exceptions handling, The system. Exception base class throwing a generic exception catching exception. CLR system level exception, Custom application level exception (System. application exception), Handling multiple exception, The finally block, The last chance exception, dynamically identify application​ ​and​ ​system​ ​level​ ​exception. Understanding Object life time, The CIT of new, The basic of garbage collection, Finalizing a type, Finalization process, building and Ad hoc destruction method, garbage collection optimization, The​ ​system​ ​.GC​ ​type. Defining​ ​interfaces​ ​using​ ​C#

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TEST-I&SE TEST-I&SE TEST-II&SE TEST-II&SE TEST-II&SE TEST-II&SE TEST-II&SE TEST-II&SE

Chalk&​ ​Board TEST-III&SE Chalk&​ ​Board

TEST-III&SE TEST-III&SE

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End​ ​Semester Exam

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Implement​ ​multiple​ ​Inheritance​ ​using​ ​interfaces

Chalk&​ ​Board

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Obtain​ ​inter​ ​face​ ​reference​ ​with​ ​as​ ​and​ ​is​ ​key​ ​words

Chalk&​ ​Board

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Understand​ ​the​ ​IConvertible​ ​Interface​ ​and​ ​Methods

Chalk&​ ​Board

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Understand​ ​the​ ​C#​ ​Collections

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Understand​ ​.NET​ ​delegate​ ​types​ ​and​ ​events

Chalk&​ ​Board

End​ ​Semester Exam End​ ​Semester Exam End​ ​Semester Exam End​ ​Semester Exam End​ ​Semester Exam

Session​ ​wise​ ​Teaching​ ​–​ ​Learning​ ​Plan Session​ ​Number:​ ​1 Session​ ​Outcome: ​ ​Students​ ​will​ ​be​ ​able​ ​to: 1.

Understand​ ​demerits​ ​of​ ​programming​ ​languages​ ​before​ ​.NET.

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Understand​ ​the​ ​building​ ​blocks​ ​of​ ​.NET

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Teaching​ ​–​ ​Learning​ ​Method

Recap&​ ​Session​ ​Introduction Understand​ ​the​ ​previous​ ​states​ ​affair​ ​and​ ​.NET​ ​Solution Quiz The​ ​building​ ​Block​ ​of​ ​the​ ​.NET​ ​platform

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PPT,​ ​Chalk​ ​&​ ​Board Participation

1

PPT,​ ​Chalk​ ​&​ ​Board

the​ ​role​ ​of​ ​the​ ​.NET​ ​base​ ​class​ ​libraries

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PPT,Chalk​ ​&​ ​Board

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10

​ ​Conclusion&​ ​summary​ ​of​ ​session

05 Session​ ​Number:​ ​2 Session​ ​Outcome: Students​ ​will​ ​be​ ​able​ ​to:

Understand​ ​about​ ​.NET​ ​aware​ ​programming​ ​languages. Understand​ ​the​ ​overview​ ​of​ ​.Net​ ​binaries?

1. 2.

Time(min)

Topic

BTL Recap&​ ​Session​ ​Introduction additional​ ​.NET​ ​–​ ​Aware​ ​programming​ ​Languages

10 30 10

Quiz An​ ​overview​ ​of​ ​.NET​ ​binaries

30

The​ ​role​ ​of​ ​the​ ​common​ ​intermediate​ ​language

10

​ ​Conclusion&​ ​summary​ ​of​ ​session

05

Teaching​ ​–​ ​Learning​ ​Method

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Chalk​ ​&​ ​Board

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Participation

1

​ ​Chalk​ ​&​ ​Board

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Session​ ​Number:​ ​3 Session​ ​Outcome: Students​ ​will​ ​be​ ​able​ ​to: 1.​ ​Understand​ ​the​ ​common​ ​type​ ​system. 2.​ ​UnderstandIntrinsic​ ​CTS​ ​Data​ ​Types Time(min)

Topic

BTL

Teaching​ ​–​ ​Learning​ ​Method

Recap&​ ​Session​ ​Introduction Understanding​ ​the​ ​common​ ​type​ ​system

10 30 10

Quiz Intrinsic​ ​CTS​ ​data​ ​types

30

Compiling​ ​CIL​ ​to​ ​platform​ ​specific​ ​instruction

10

​ ​Conclusion&​ ​summary​ ​of​ ​session

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Participation

1

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Session​ ​Number:​ ​4 Session​ ​Outcome: Students​ ​will​ ​be​ ​able​ ​to: 1.​ ​Understand​ ​.NET​ ​namespaces. 2.​ ​Understand​ ​common​ ​language​ ​runtime​ ​(CLR) Time(min)

Topic

BTL Recap&​ ​Session​ ​Introduction Understanding​ ​.NET​ ​name​ ​spaces

10 30

Example​ ​programs Understand​ ​CLR

10 30

Deploying​ ​.NET​ ​runtime

10 05 Session​ ​Number:​ ​5 Session​ ​Outcome: Students​ ​will​ ​be​ ​able​ ​to:

​ ​Conclusion&​ ​summary​ ​of​ ​session

Teaching​ ​–​ ​Learning​ ​Method

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1

Chalk​ ​&​ ​Board

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LTC

1

​ ​Chalk​ ​&​ ​Board

1

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1.​ ​Understand​ ​visual​ ​studio​ ​.NET​ ​IDE. 2.​ ​Understand​ ​different​ ​types​ ​of​ ​IDE​ ​windows Time(min)

Topic

BTL Recap&​ ​Session​ ​Introduction Understand​ ​IDE​ ​Features

10 30

Example​ ​programs Types​ ​of​ ​IDE​ ​windows

10 30

Deploying​ ​.NET​ ​runtime

10 05 Session​ ​Number:​ ​6 Session​ ​Outcome: Students​ ​will​ ​be​ ​able​ ​to:

​ ​Conclusion&​ ​summary​ ​of​ ​session

Teaching​ ​–​ ​Learning​ ​Method

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1

Chalk​ ​&​ ​Board

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LTC

1

LTC

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LTC

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1.​ ​Understand​ ​building​ ​.NET​ ​applications​ ​with​ ​other​ ​IDEs 2.​ ​ ​Understand​ ​C#​ ​Preprocessor​ ​directives. Time(min) 10 30

Topic

BTL Recap&​ ​Session​ ​Introduction Building​ ​.NET​ ​applications​ ​with​ ​other​ ​IDEs

Teaching​ ​–​ ​Learning​ ​Method

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​ ​Chalk​ ​&​ ​Board

Example​ ​.NET​ ​Application C#​ ​Preprocessor​ ​directives

10 30

Example​ ​programs

10

​ ​Conclusion&​ ​summary​ ​of​ ​session

05 Session​ ​Number:​ ​7 Session​ ​Outcome: Students​ ​will​ ​be​ ​able​ ​to:

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LTC

1

Chalk​ ​&​ ​Board

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LTC

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1.​ ​Understand​ ​the​ ​anatomy​ ​of​ ​C#​ ​class 2.​ ​Understand​ ​the​ ​scope​ ​of​ ​variables​ ​in​ ​C#​ ​class Time(min)

Topic

BTL Recap&​ ​ ​session​ ​Introduction Understand​ ​anatomy​ ​of​ ​ ​C#​ ​class Demonstrate​ ​programs Constructors​ ​in​ ​C#

1 1

​ ​Chalk​ ​&​ ​Board LTC

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​ ​Chalk​ ​&​ ​Board

Default​ ​Assignment​ ​and​ ​Variable​ ​Scope

1

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10 30 10 30 10

Teaching​ ​–​ ​Learning​ ​Method

Conclusion&​ ​summary​ ​of​ ​session

05 Session​ ​Number:​ ​8 Session​ ​Outcome: Students​ ​will​ ​be​ ​able​ ​to:

1.​ ​Understand​ ​the​ ​process​ ​for​ ​initializing​ ​C#​ ​members. 2.​ ​Understand​ ​the​ ​basic​ ​input​ ​and​ ​output​ ​functions​ ​of​ ​C#. Time(min)

Topic

10 30 10 30 10

BTL

Teaching​ ​–​ ​Learning​ ​Method

Recap&​ ​Session​ ​Introduction Syntax​ ​of​ ​C#​ ​Member​ ​initialization Demonstrate​ ​programs Basic​ ​input​ ​and​ ​output​ ​functions​ ​of​ ​C#

1 1

​ ​Chalk​ ​&​ ​Board LTC

1

​ ​Chalk​ ​&​ ​Board

Value​ ​types​ ​and​ ​reference​ ​types​ ​in​ ​C#

1

​ ​Chalk​ ​&​ ​Board

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Conclusion&​ ​summary​ ​of​ ​session

05 Session​ ​Number:​ ​9 Session​ ​Outcome: Students​ ​will​ ​be​ ​able​ ​to:

1.​ ​Understand​ ​master​ ​node​ ​system​ ​objects. 2.​ ​Understand​ ​system​ ​data​ ​type. Time(min) 10 30 10 30 10

Topic

BTL Recap&​ ​Session​ ​Introduction Defining​ ​master​ ​node​ ​system​ ​objects Demonstrate​ ​programs About​ ​system​ ​datatype

​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​Boxing​ ​and​ ​Unboxing​ ​in​ ​C#

Teaching​ ​–​ ​Learning​ ​Method

1 1

​ ​Chalk​ ​&​ ​Board LTC

1

​ ​Chalk​ ​&​ ​Board

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​ ​Chalk​ ​&​ ​Board

Conclusion&​ ​summary​ ​of​ ​session

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Session​ ​Number:​ ​10 Session​ ​Outcome: Students​ ​will​ ​be​ ​able​ ​to: 1.​ ​Understand​ ​program​ ​constraints. 2.​ ​Understand​ ​control​ ​flow​ ​constructs​ ​in​ ​C#. Time(min) 10 30 10 30

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Recap&​ ​Session​ ​Introduction Define​ ​program​ ​constraints Demonstrate​ ​programs ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​C#​ ​Control​ ​flow​ ​constructs C#​ ​Operators

10

Conclusion&​ ​summary​ ​of​ ​session

05

Teaching​ ​–​ ​Learning​ ​Method

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Chalk​ ​&​ ​Board LTC

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​ ​Chalk​ ​&​ ​Board

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Session​ ​Number:​ ​11 Session​ ​Outcome: Students​ ​will​ ​be​ ​able​ ​to: 1.​ ​Understand​ ​custom​ ​class​ ​methods​ ​in​ ​C#. 2.​ ​Understand​ ​Array​ ​manipulation​ ​in​ ​C#. Time(min) 10 30 10 30 10

Topic

BTL

Teaching​ ​–​ ​Learning​ ​Method

Recap&​ ​Session​ ​Introduction Defining​ ​custom​ ​class​ ​methods​ ​in​ ​ ​C#​ ​and​ ​Method​ ​parameter​ ​modifiers Demonstrate​ ​programs Array​ ​manipulation​ ​in​ ​C#

1 1

​ ​Chalk​ ​&​ ​Board LTC

1

​ ​Chalk​ ​&​ ​Board

​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​String​ ​manipulation​ ​in​ ​C#

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Conclusion&​ ​summary​ ​of​ ​session

05

Session​ ​Number:​ ​12 Session​ ​Outcome: At​ ​the​ ​end​ ​of​ ​this​ ​session​ ​my​ ​students​ ​will​ ​be​ ​able​ ​to: 1.​ ​Understand​ ​C#​ ​Enumerations. 2.​ ​Understand​ ​structures​ ​in​ ​C#. Time(min)

Topic

10 30 10 30 10 05 Session​ ​Number:​ ​13 Session​ ​Outcome:

BTL

Teaching​ ​–​ ​Learning​ ​Method

Recap&​ ​Session​ ​Introduction Defining​ ​Enumerations​ ​in​ ​C# Demonstrate​ ​programs Structures​ ​in​ ​C#

1 1

​ ​Chalk​ ​&​ ​Board LTC

1

​ ​Chalk​ ​&​ ​Board

Custom​ ​name​ ​spaces​ ​in​ ​C#

1

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Conclusion&​ ​summary​ ​of​ ​session

Students​ ​will​ ​be​ ​able​ ​to: 1.​ ​Apply​ ​default​ ​public​ ​interface​ ​using​ ​C# 2.​ ​Apply​ ​Encapsulation​ ​services​ ​on​ ​C#​ ​classes Time(min) 10 30 10 30 10

Topic

BTL

Teaching​ ​–​ ​Learning​ ​Method

Recap&​ ​Session​ ​Introduction Understand​ ​default​ ​public​ ​interface​ ​using​ ​C# Demonstrate​ ​programs ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​Encapsulation​ ​services​ ​in​ ​C#

2 2

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​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​Creation​ ​of​ ​read​ ​only​ ​field​ ​in​ ​C#

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Conclusion&​ ​summary​ ​of​ ​session

05 Session​ ​Number:​ ​14 Session​ ​Outcome: Students​ ​will​ ​be​ ​able​ ​to:

1.​ ​Apply​ ​inheritance​ ​concepts​ ​on​ ​C#​ ​classes. 2.​ ​Apply​ ​protected​ ​types​ ​on​ ​C#​ ​Classes Time(min)

Topic

10 30 10 30 10

BTL Recap&​ ​Session​ ​Introduction Defining​ ​inheritance​ ​in​ ​C# Demonstrate​ ​programs Protected​ ​keywords​ ​in​ ​C#

2 2

​ ​Chalk​ ​&​ ​Board LTC

2

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Nested​ ​type​ ​definitions​ ​in​ ​C#

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Conclusion&​ ​summary​ ​of​ ​session

05

Teaching​ ​–​ ​Learning​ ​Method

Session​ ​Number:​ ​15 Session​ ​Outcome: Students​ ​will​ ​be​ ​able​ ​to: 1.​ ​Apply​ ​polymorphism​ ​concepts​ ​on​ ​C#​ ​classes. 2.​ ​Apply​ ​runtime​ ​polymorphism​ ​concepts​ ​in​ ​c#. Time(min)

Topic

10 30 10 30 10 05

BTL

Teaching​ ​–​ ​Learning​ ​Method

Recap&​ ​Session​ ​Introduction Defining​ ​polymorphism Demonstrate​ ​programs Demonstrate​ ​polymorphism​ ​using​ ​C#

2 2

​ ​Chalk​ ​&​ ​Board LTC

2

​ ​Chalk​ ​&​ ​Board

Generate​ ​class​ ​definitions​ ​using​ ​.Net

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Conclusion&​ ​summary​ ​of​ ​session

Session​ ​Number:​ ​16 Session​ ​Outcome: Students​ ​will​ ​be​ ​able​ ​to: 1.​ ​Apply​ ​debugging​ ​techniques​ ​in​ ​C#​ ​programs.

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2.​ ​Apply​ ​exception​ ​handling​ ​techniques​ ​in​ ​C#​ ​programs. Time(min)

Topic

10 30 10 40

BTL

Teaching​ ​–​ ​Learning​ ​Method

Recap&​ ​Session​ ​Introduction Defining​ ​bugs​ ​and​ ​exceptions Demonstrate​ ​programs Demonstrate​ ​role​ ​of​ ​.Net​ ​exception​ ​handling​ ​in​ ​C#

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Conclusion&​ ​summary​ ​of​ ​session

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05 Session​ ​Number:​ ​17 Session​ ​Outcome: Students​ ​will​ ​be​ ​able​ ​to:

1.​ ​Apply​ ​multiple​ ​exception​ ​statements​ ​on​ ​C#​ ​classes 2.​ ​Applydebugging​ ​system​ ​exception​ ​using​ ​.NET. Time(min)

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10 30 30

BTL

Teaching​ ​–​ ​Learning​ ​Method

Recap&​ ​Session​ ​Introduction ​ ​CLR​ ​system​ ​and​ ​application​ ​level​ ​exception. Handle​ ​multiple​ ​exceptions.

2

​ ​Chalk​ ​&​ ​Board

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Debugging​ ​system​ ​exception​ ​using​ ​.Net.

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Conclusion&​ ​summary​ ​of​ ​session

05 Session​ ​Number:​ ​18 Session​ ​Outcome: Students​ ​will​ ​be​ ​able​ ​to:

1.​ ​Apply​ ​Object​ ​life​ ​time​ ​concept​ ​in​ ​c#. 2.​ ​Applygarbage​ ​collection​ ​techniques​ ​on​ ​C#​ ​classes. Time(min)

Topic

10 30 10 30 10

BTL Recap&​ ​Session​ ​Introduction Defining​ ​Object​ ​life​ ​time. Demonstrate​ ​programs Garbage​ ​collection​ ​in​ ​C#.

2 2

​ ​Chalk​ ​&​ ​Board LTC

2

​ ​Chalk​ ​&​ ​Board

Garbage​ ​collection​ ​optimization​ ​in​ ​C#.

2

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Conclusion&​ ​summary​ ​of​ ​session

05

Teaching​ ​–​ ​Learning​ ​Method

Session​ ​Number:​ ​19 Session​ ​Outcome: Students​ ​will​ ​be​ ​able​ ​to: 1.​ ​Apply​ ​interface​ ​concept​ ​on​ ​C#​ ​classes 2.​ ​Apply​ ​multiple​ ​inheritance. Time(min) 10 30 10

Topic

BTL Recap&​ ​Session​ ​Introduction Defining​ ​interfaces​ ​using​ ​C# Demonstrate​ ​programs

2 2

Teaching​ ​–​ ​Learning​ ​Method ​ ​Chalk​ ​&​ ​Board LTC

30

Interfaces​ ​as​ ​Polymorphic​ ​agents

2

​ ​Chalk​ ​&​ ​Board

10

Building​ ​interface​ ​Hierarchies

2

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Conclusion&​ ​summary​ ​of​ ​session

05 Session​ ​Number:​ ​20 Session​ ​Outcome: Students​ ​will​ ​be​ ​able​ ​to:

1.​ ​Apply​ ​multiple​ ​inheritance​ ​using​ ​C#​ ​interfaces. 2.​ ​Apply​ ​abstract​ ​class​ ​concepts​ ​in​ ​C#​ ​classes Time(min)

Topic

BTL

10 30 10 30 10

Recap&​ ​Session​ ​Introduction Implement​ ​multiple​ ​inheritance​ ​using​ ​interfaces Demonstrate​ ​programs Contrasting​ ​ ​interfaces​ ​to​ ​Abstract​ ​base​ ​classes

2 2

​ ​Chalk​ ​&​ ​Board LTC

2

​ ​Chalk​ ​&​ ​Board

Invoking​ ​interface​ ​members​ ​at​ ​object​ ​level

2

​ ​Chalk​ ​&​ ​Board

-

-

Conclusion&​ ​summary​ ​of​ ​session

05

Teaching​ ​–​ ​Learning​ ​Method

Session​ ​Number:​ ​21 Session​ ​Outcome: Students​ ​will​ ​be​ ​able​ ​to: 1.​ ​Apply​ ​is​ ​and​ ​as​ ​type​ ​relations​ ​using​ ​interface​ ​reference. 2.​ ​Apply​ ​interface​ ​as​ ​parameter​ ​in​ ​C#​ ​classes. Time(min)

Topic

10 30 10 30

BTL

Teaching​ ​–​ ​Learning​ ​Method

Recap&​ ​Session​ ​Introduction Obtain​ ​inter​ ​face​ ​reference​ ​with​ ​as​ ​and​ ​is​ ​key​ ​words Demonstrate​ ​programs Interfaces​ ​as​ ​parameters

2 2

Chalk​ ​&​ ​Board LTC

2

​ ​Chalk​ ​&​ ​Board

Understand​ ​explicit​ ​interface​ ​implementation

2

​ ​Chalk​ ​&​ ​Board

-

-

10

Conclusion&​ ​summary​ ​of​ ​session

05 Session​ ​Number:​ ​22 Session​ ​Outcome: At​ ​Students​ ​will​ ​be​ ​able​ ​to:

1.​ ​Apply​ ​IConvertible​ ​interface​ ​methods​ ​in​ ​C#​ ​Classes 2.​ ​Apply​ ​interface​ ​libraries​ ​on​ ​C#​ ​classes. Time(min)

Topic

10 30 10 30 10 05 Session​ ​Number:​ ​23

BTL

Teaching​ ​–​ ​Learning​ ​Method

Recap&​ ​Session​ ​Introduction Implement​ ​interfaces​ ​using​ ​VS.NET Demonstrate​ ​programs Understand​ ​the​ ​IConvertible​ ​Interface​ ​and​ ​Methods

2 2

Chalk​ ​&​ ​Board LTC

2

​ ​Chalk​ ​&​ ​Board

Demonstrate​ ​Programs

2

LTC

-

-

Conclusion&​ ​summary​ ​of​ ​session

Session​ ​Outcome: At​ ​the​ ​end​ ​of​ ​this​ ​class​ ​hour​ ​my​ ​students​ ​will​ ​be​ ​able​ ​to: 1. Apply​ ​Enumerator​ ​types​ ​in​ ​C#​ ​classes 2. Apply​ ​C#​ ​Collections​ ​on​ ​programs Time(min)

Topic

10 30 10 30 10

Recap&​ ​Session​ ​Introduction Building​ ​custom​ ​Enumerators Demonstrate​ ​programs ​ ​C#​ ​Collections

2 2

​ ​Chalk​ ​&​ ​Board LTC

2

​ ​Chalk​ ​&​ ​Board

Demonstrate​ ​Programs

2

​ ​LTC

-

-

Conclusion&​ ​summary​ ​of​ ​session

05

Teaching​ ​–​ ​Learning​ ​Method

BTL

Session​ ​Number:​ ​24 Session​ ​Outcome: Students​ ​will​ ​be​ ​able​ ​to: 1. Apply​ ​delegate​ ​types​ ​in​ ​C#​ ​classes 2.​ ​Apply​ ​events​ ​in​ ​C#​ ​classes Time(min)

Topic

10 30 10 30

Recap&​ ​Session​ ​Introduction Understand​ ​callback​ ​interface Understand​ ​.NET​ ​delegate​ ​types Define​ ​delegates​ ​in​ ​C#

2 2

​ ​Chalk​ ​&​ ​Board Chalk​ ​&​ ​Board

2

LTC

Define​ ​C#​ ​Events

2

LTC

-

-

10

Conclusion&​ ​summary​ ​of​ ​session

05

Teaching​ ​–​ ​Learning​ ​Method

BTL

EVALUATION​ ​PLAN:

Evaluation Componen t

CO​ ​II

COI Number

Test​ ​1

1 Date Weightage​ ​10​ ​(%)

27/1/16

1.5

Max​ ​Marks​ ​(30) Weightage​ ​10​ ​(%) Max​ ​Marks​ ​(30)

02/3/16

2

3

1

2

3

Duration (Hours) 10 10

Test​ ​2

CO​ ​IV

CO​ ​I

Weightage/Marks

BTL

CO​ ​III

1 0

1 0

1.5

10 1 0

10

10

1

2

3

1

2

3

Test​ ​3

Weightage​ ​10​ ​(%)

29/3/16

1.5

10 10

Max​ ​Marks​ ​(30) Active Learning

10

Weightage​ ​5​ ​(%) 5

Max​ ​Marks​ ​(5) Attendance

Semester End​ ​Exam

10

Equal​ ​weightage​ ​for​ ​all​ ​the​ ​lecture​ ​sessions​ ​(5​ ​%)​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​5

Weightag e​ ​(5%) Weightage​ ​60​ ​(%)

May​ ​2016

3 12

Max​ ​Marks​ ​(60) 1

Question​ ​Number

2

12 3

12 4

5

6

24 7

8

Course​ ​Team​ ​members,​ ​Chamber​ ​Consultation​ ​Hours​ ​and​ ​Chamber​ ​Venue​ ​details: S.No.

1

2

Name​ ​of​ ​Faculty

Chamber Consultation​ ​Day(s)

Dr.JVN​ ​Ramesh

Saturday

Dr.K.V.Daya​ ​Sagar

Saturday

Chamber Consultation Timings for each​ ​day 11:00-1:00 P.M 11:00-1:00 P.M

Chamber Consultation Room​ ​No:

Signature of Course faculty

ECM STAFF CABINS III​ ​Floor​ ​C-Block ECM STAFF CABINS III​ ​Floor​ ​C-Block

Signature​ ​of​ ​COURSE​ ​COORDINATOR:

Recommended​ ​by​ ​HEAD​ ​OF​ ​DEPARTMENT: Approved​ ​By:​ ​DEAN-ACADEMICS ​ ​(Sign​ ​withOffice​ ​Seal)

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