Danya Dubrin2021-12-26 11:35:57
C++ / C#
Danya Dubrin, 2021-12-26 11:35:57

After which section can you start doing small projects for a beginner in C #?

After which section (topics, for example, OOP, Arrays), do you start doing your C# projects for a beginner?
At the moment I'm learning C # on metanit, and at the same time I'm watching SimpleCode, I haven't reached OOP yet. I know this is a stupid question, but I still want some professionals or people dealing with C# to give me a little guide.
Also, what projects can be done? If it's not difficult, can you give ideas (except for a calculator)?
PS - at the moment I'm on the path of a .net developer

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Vasily Bannikov, 2021-12-26

You can start doing some of your small projects at any time.
For example, after going through variables, conditions, and loops, you can already easily do some small utilities that can calculate something for you (for example, a quadratic equation, which can be useful at school)
Naturally, after mastering the initial topics, you can only do something something very simple, and if you want to do something complex, you will have to study more complex topics along the way.

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