So far the topics I've covered in this book are: types, classes, inheritance, exceptions, structs, enumerations, arrays, delegates, events, interfaces, conversions, generics and I am currently reading about Enumerators and Iterators. There isn't any real depth I don't guess to the topics, the book basically is just defining the topics, but it doesn't give any real examples of them.
The two things I really wanted to learn from this book were about Delegates and Events. I took three programming classes at Columbia College, but they never touched on those topics. This book explains what they are, but I really don't know how to use them in a program of my own. That's why I was hoping to find some exercises that will have me working with the topics I'm learning about.