Nannette Thacker
C# Custom LinkedList Console Application and Abstract Base Class and Method - Learning C# - Part 1
One of the best ways to learn a new technology is by using it. In this tutorial, you will create a base class or abstract class, a derived or inherited class. You will work with self-referencing members, a constructor, if statements, for loops, null values, conditional operators, mathematical operators, relational operators, equality operators, and assignment operators. These concepts are quite basic to programming, but if you're learning, they're new to you. (Click for more details)

C# Custom LinkedList Derived Classes, Constructor Initializations - Learning C# - Part 2
In Part 1 of this series, we created a console application and an abstract class. In this article we will setup our LinkedList derived class and define our properties and setup our constructor. (Click for more details)

C# Custom LinkedList Push and Pop Methods - Learning C# - Part 3
In Part 1 of this series, we created a console application and an abstract class. In Part 2 we setup our LinkedList derived class and defined our properties and setup our constructor. (Click for more details)

C# Custom LinkedList PrintLifo method and C# Operators - Learning C# - Part 4
In Part 1 of this series, we created a console application and an abstract class. In Part 2 we setup our LinkedList derived class and defined our properties and setup our constructor. In Part 3, we defined our Push and Pop methods. We implemented both a PopLifo and PopFifo method. (Click for more details)

C# Custom LinkedList PrintFifo method and GetNode by Position - Learning C# - Part 5
In Part 1 of this series, we created a console application and an abstract class. In Part 2 we setup our LinkedList derived class and defined our properties and setup our constructor. In Part 3, we defined our Push and Pop methods. We implemented both a PopLifo and PopFifo method. In part 4 we defined our PrintLifo method to print nodes from the top of the stack. We also discussed C# Operators. (Click for more details)

C# Custom LinkedList FindItems() method - Learning C# - Part 6
In Part 1 of this series, we created a console application and an abstract class. In Part 2 we setup our LinkedList derived class and defined our properties and setup our constructor. In Part 3, we defined our Push and Pop methods. We implemented both a PopLifo and PopFifo method. In part 4 we defined our PrintLifo method to print nodes from the top of the stack. We also discussed C# Operators. In Part 5 we defined a PrintFifo() method, which used a GetNode() helper method to find specific nodes, allowing us to print nodes from the bottom of the stack. (Click for more details)

C# Custom LinkedList Main() method - Learning C# - Part 7
In Part 1 of this series, we created a console application and an abstract class. In Part 2 we setup our LinkedList derived class and defined our properties and setup our constructor. In Part 3, we defined our Push and Pop methods. We implemented both a PopLifo and PopFifo method. In part 4 we defined our PrintLifo method to print nodes from the top of the stack. We also discussed C# Operators. In Part 5 we defined a PrintFifo() method, which used a GetNode() helper method to find specific nodes, allowing us to print nodes from the bottom of the stack. In Part 6 we created a FindItems() method which printed a listing to the screen of all items based on the category or item name. (Click for more details)

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