C# Fundamentals for Absolute Beginners: (11) Creating and Calling Simple Overloaded Helper Methods

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    KidTheReaper

    hi bob excellent job on the tutorials.
    i have a question tho im currently using VS 2012 and it has the notification of the amount of different methods available the only problem is i cant switch between the methods to see which one is available the way you did with your arrow key.
    do you know an alternative way to acces my overloaded methods or the different versions of methods available with any hints and tips? thanks in advance.

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    maum2201

    thanks, bob~ it's helpful. goooool~ :)

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    Hinarf

    How come this is free here..... but at my community college it's a bazillion dollars?

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    BobTabor

    @Hinarf: Because Channel9 is awesome.  :)

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    Stan

    I just wanted to thank you for this amazing video course! Exactly what I needed right now and so easy to follow. Great job!

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    Paul

    Thanks for the great videos.

    I was so confused with the 2 methods until about 15 minutes...

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    Bernie

    Wow! Great stuff for FREE!!!! Thanks Bob!

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    Sagar Kalburgi

    Hi Bob, thanks a lot for these wonderful videos. The way you explain is really good. I was able to understand the concepts clearly.

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    arsam

    thanks for the great series Bob helped me to power my way through programming class at school
    owe it all to you
    once again thanyou!

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    Francis​Decena

    Thank you bob for the lesson you've help me a lot from these tutorials... 

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    Anthony

    I've learn so much from Bob. Thank you so much for educating us one C#.

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    Blacksmith

    Fantastic tutorials! Simple to understand and easy to follow. Thanks Bob, YOU ROCK!

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    Sabesh Bharathi

    Hi Bob. You know me through twitter. I am Sabesh. I am literally struck at this point. I don't understand what happens during the process of overload helper methods. I do understand we can call the methods from a point. But what is the use in deriving value from one method, and replacing it with another in another method? I am confused. Hope you clear my doubts.

    -Sabesh Bharathi
    @sabesh.is.cool

    P.S Did I mention your bucket-style teaching was a bit of awesome and enjoyable? ;)

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    Fernando Masaya

    Excellent course, Bob!
    Is there a table of the syntax and use of the different expression codes you apply in the course, which could be easily consulted on line and printed? I feel that to memorize the expressions I have to go back to the screens of the lessons, which takes time...

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    Fernando Masaya

    Excellent course, Bob!
    Is there a table of the syntax and use of the different expression codes you apply in the course, which could be easily consulted on line and printed? I feel that to memorize the expressions I have to go back to the screens of the lessons, which takes time

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    ADDMOREMIX

    You the man Bob[H]...Much Respect, Thank you for your time,

    much appreciated Bob

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    JuanDev

    Hey Bob... If only you know how much are helping me here and in mva... Thank you very much!

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    olaalhomoud

    Hay,

    I can't find the source code "HelperMethods" that was mentioned in the lesson anywhere here. Any help ?

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    Maria

    Thanks again, looking forward to finishing this series.

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    BobTabor

    @Maria: I don't know if you realize this but there is a more recent version of this course available at Microsoft Virtual Academy. I don't have the URL but you can easily find it by searching online or go directly to their site. It's mostly the same content but there are some improvements here and there. Just thought you'd want to know. Thanks for the nice words.

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