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 C# Character Data TypeThe fifteenth part of the C# Fundamentals tutorial returns to the topic of data types. This article examines the character data type that permits us to begin crossing the boundary between numeric values and representations of textual information.
 C# Nullable Numeric Data TypesThe thirteenth part of the C# Fundamentals tutorial reviews the C# numeric data types. In this article we investigate the concept of undefined or nullable data and the data types introduced as part of .NET 2.0 that permit the storage of null information.
 C# Operator PrecedenceThe fourteenth part of the C# Fundamentals tutorial combines information from the earlier articles. This article is a reference to the operator precedence of all operators included in the tutorial.
 C# Conditional OperatorThe twelfth part of the C# Fundamentals tutorial examines the conditional operator. This interesting ternary operator permits one of two values to be selected based upon a Boolean condition.
 C# Relational OperatorsThe eleventh part of the C# Fundamentals tutorial returns to the generic operators by describing the relational operators. These useful operators permit the developer to compare two values and make decisions based upon the result of the comparison.
 C# Bitwise Shift OperatorsThe tenth part of the C# Fundamentals tutorial continues consideration of the C# bitwise operators by introducing the shift functions. These operators extend C#'s capabilities for processing binary information.
 C# Logical Bitwise OperatorsThe ninth part of the C# Fundamentals tutorial extends upon the previous article dealing with C# Boolean operators. Boolean operations may also be carried out on integer representations of binary numbers. This article considers logical bitwise operato
 C# Boolean OperatorsThe eighth part of the C# Fundamentals tutorial moves away from arithmetic and takes a first look at the Boolean data type and its available operators. Boolean data is used extensively in programming and an understanding of its features is essential.
 C# Compound Assignment OperatorsThe seventh part of the C# Fundamentals tutorial extends knowledge of the assignment operator into compound assignment operators. These operators permit modification of variable values using the arithmetic functions described earlier in the tutorial.
 C# Arithmetic OperatorsThe sixth part of the C# Fundamentals tutorial describes the basic arithmetic operators available to the C# programmer. These operators allow general algebraic operations to be carried out against numeric data type values.
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