Welcome to the exercises. Now we are going to write a couple of console applications, by which we are going to make a few more steps into programming. After that we will show how we can program something more complex – programs with graphical user interface.
First we have learned what is programming – giving commands, written in a computer language, which the machine understands and is able to execute. We understood what is a computer program – it represents a sequence of commands, arranged one after another. We got familiar with the language for programming C# on a base level and how to create simple console applications with Visual Studio. We followed the structure of the programming code in the C# language, as for example, the fact that commands are mainly given in the section
static void Main(string args) between the opening and closing curly parentheses. We saw how to print with
Console.WriteLine(…) and how to start our program with [Ctrl + F5]. We learned how to test our code in SoftUni Judge.
Let's get started with the exercises. You didn't forget that programming is learned by writing a lot of code and solving problems, did you? Let's solve a few problems to confirm what we have learned.