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Learning C# by Doing Tiny Projects

With Tiny C# Projects by Denis Panjuta and Jafar Jabbarzadeh

Want to learn C#? There’s no better way to learn than by practical application. This book teaches C# via fun, real-world projects. You’ll be writing C# in no time!

Read on to learn more.

Translating the NATO Alphabet to Plain Text

From Tiny C Projects by Dan Gookin

In this article, we will discuss the NATO phonetic alphabet and how to write a simple program that will translate it to plain text.

What is Cryptography?

An excerpt from Secret Key Cryptography by Frank Rubin

This article covers:

•       Basic terms used in cryptography

•       What is an unbreakable cipher?

•       What are the different types of cryptography?

Read it if you’re interested in cryptography.

Teaching Your Computer to Be Polite

From Tiny C Projects by Dan Gookin

This article talks about writing a C program that writes an appropriate greeting, depending on the time of day, for you when you start your computer.

The C Development Cycle

From Tiny C Projects by Dan Gookin

This article discusses the C development cycle.

The Cryptographer’s Toolbox

From Secret Key Cryptography by Frank Rubin

This article covers:

·  The rating system used for ciphers

·  Substitution ciphers

·  Transposition ciphers

·  Fractionation, breaking letters into smaller units

·  Pseudorandom number generators

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