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By Herbert Schildt

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With its aid for Language-Integrated question (LINQ), C# 3.0 has revolutionized C# programming, and bestselling writer Herb Schildt has up-to-date and improved his vintage programming connection with conceal it. utilizing conscientiously crafted factors, insider counsel, and hundreds of thousands of examples, this booklet provides in-depth assurance of all points of C#, together with its key words, syntax, and middle libraries. after all, information at the new C# 3.0 positive aspects, equivalent to LINQ, lambda expressions, implicitly typed variables, and nameless varieties are included.

Essential for each C# programmer, this entire advisor is written within the transparent, crisp, uncompromising kind that has made Herb the alternative of hundreds of thousands world wide. no matter if you're a beginner programmer or a professional professional, the solutions to your entire C# questions are available during this definitive source.

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CL-USER> (hello-world) Hello, world! NIL 11. You could also have entered the definition as two lines at the REPL, as the REPL reads whole expressions, not lines. lisp buffer, type C-x C-s to invoke the Emacs command save-buffer. Now to try reloading this function from the source file, you’ll need to quit Lisp and restart. To quit you can use a SLIME shortcut: at the REPL, type a comma. At the bottom of the Emacs window, you will be prompted for a command. Type quit (or sayoonara), and then hit Enter.

6 It may seem odd now, but it actually works just the way you’d want—if you call artist-selector with an argument of "Dixie Chicks", you get an anonymous function that matches CDs whose :artist field is "Dixie Chicks", and if you call it with "Lyle Lovett", you get a different function that will match against an :artist field of "Lyle Lovett". So now you can rewrite the call to select like this: CL-USER> (select (artist-selector "Dixie Chicks")) ((:TITLE "Home" :ARTIST "Dixie Chicks" :RATING 9 :RIPPED T) (:TITLE "Fly" :ARTIST "Dixie Chicks" :RATING 8 :RIPPED T)) Now you just need some more functions to generate selectors.

But it’s not so nice that the user is going to be very happy if they have to reenter all the records every time they quit and restart Lisp. Luckily, with the data structures you’re using to represent the data, it’s trivially easy to save the data to a file and reload it later. Here’s a save-db function that takes a filename as an argument and saves the current state of the database: (defun save-db (filename) (with-open-file (out filename :direction :output :if-exists :supersede) (with-standard-io-syntax (print *db* out)))) The WITH-OPEN-FILE macro opens a file, binds the stream to a variable, executes a set of expressions, and then closes the file.

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