Week 1-3 STANDARD 3 CAREER PLANNING/STANDARD 6 COURSE PROJECT Variables - Type Casting Learn how to convert between different variable types in the language, and why would you need so. Variables - Arithmetic Operators Plus, minus, divide, multiply, and modulus. Those are the supported arithmetic operations in C#. Learn the different ways you can assign values to your variables. Variables - Exercises Get your hands dirty with code exercises about variables. Week 4-6 STANDARD 9,10 ADVANCE TROUBLE SHOOTING Conditional statements allow you to react to different situations in your program. Learn how to use the "if" statement to achieve this. Learn how to create infinite number of condition chains to handle different situations using "If, else-if, else" statements. Conditional Statements - Switch Switch is a cuter version of an "if, else-if, else" chain. Learn how to use it, and when to choose it over its competitor. Conditional Statements - Creating Richer Conditions Using Logical Operators Using the "And", "Or", and "not" operators, learn how to create richer consitions. Conditional Statements - Exercises Get your hands dirty with exercises on conditional statements. Conditional Statements - Summary Summarizing what you have learned in the conditional statements lecture. WEEK 6-9 STANDARD 6,8 COURSE PROJECT STANDARD 9,10,11 ADVANCE TROUBLE SHOOTING Loops - The Four Loop Types Looping is a way to repeat the execution of a block of code a number of times. Learn about the 4 types of loops that C# supports, and the difference between them. More loops examples to learn about loops. Learn how to "trace" or follow a loop execution to understand what it does, and to fix any issues inside the loop code. Loops - Nested Loops Loops can come inside other loops, and that's what's meant by "nesting". Learn how, and why you'd need to use nested loops in your programs. Loops - The Magic Of BREAK and CONTINUE Keywords The "break" and "continue" keywords provide get out, or skip iterations in the loop. Learn how to use them in this lecture. Get your hands dirty with code exercises on loops. Loops - Summary Summarizing what you have learned in the loops lecture.