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Homework: Extension-Methods-Delegates-Lambda-LINQ

Problem 1. StringBuilder.Substring

  • Implement an extension method Substring(int index, int length) for the class StringBuilder that returns new StringBuilder and has the same functionality as Substring in the class String.

Problem 2. IEnumerable extensions

  • Implement a set of extension methods for IEnumerable<T> that implement the following group functions: sum, product, min, max, average.

Problem 3. First before last

  • Write a method that from a given array of students finds all students whose first name is before its last name alphabetically.
  • Use LINQ query operators.

Problem 4. Age range

  • Write a LINQ query that finds the first name and last name of all students with age between 18 and 24.

Problem 5. Order students

  • Using the extension methods OrderBy() and ThenBy() with lambda expressions sort the students by first name and last name in descending order.
  • Rewrite the same with LINQ.

Problem 6. Divisible by 7 and 3

  • Write a program that prints from given array of integers all numbers that are divisible by 7 and 3. Use the built-in extension methods and lambda expressions. Rewrite the same with LINQ.

Problem 7. Timer

  • Using delegates write a class Timer that can execute certain method at each t seconds.

Problem 8.* Events

  • Read in MSDN about the keyword event in C# and how to publish events.
  • Re-implement the above using .NET events and following the best practices.

Problem 9. Student groups

  • Create a class Student with properties FirstName, LastName, FN, Tel, Email, Marks (a List), GroupNumber.
  • Create a List<Student> with sample students. Select only the students that are from group number 2.
  • Use LINQ query. Order the students by FirstName.

Problem 10. Student groups extensions

  • Implement the previous using the same query expressed with extension methods.

Problem 11. Extract students by email

  • Extract all students that have email in abv.bg.
  • Use string methods and LINQ.

Problem 12. Extract students by phone

  • Extract all students with phones in Sofia.
  • Use LINQ.

Problem 13. Extract students by marks

  • Select all students that have at least one mark Excellent (6) into a new anonymous class that has properties – FullName and Marks.
  • Use LINQ.

Problem 14. Extract students with two marks

  • Write down a similar program that extracts the students with exactly two marks "2".
  • Use extension methods.

Problem 15. Extract marks

  • Extract all Marks of the students that enrolled in 2006. (The students from 2006 have 06 as their 5-th and 6-th digit in the FN).

Problem 16.* Groups

  • Create a class Group with properties GroupNumber and DepartmentName.
  • Introduce a property GroupNumber in the Student class.
  • Extract all students from "Mathematics" department.
  • Use the Join operator.

Problem 17. Longest string

  • Write a program to return the string with maximum length from an array of strings.
  • Use LINQ.

Problem 18. Grouped by GroupNumber

  • Create a program that extracts all students grouped by GroupNumber and then prints them to the console.
  • Use LINQ.

Problem 19. Grouped by GroupName extensions

  • Rewrite the previous using extension methods.

Problem 20.* Infinite convergent series

  • By using delegates develop an universal static method to calculate the sum of infinite convergent series with given precision depending on a function of its term. By using proper functions for the term calculate with a 2-digit precision the sum of the infinite series:

    • 1 + 1/2 + 1/4 + 1/8 + 1/16 + …
    • 1 + 1/2! + 1/3! + 1/4! + 1/5! + …
    • 1 + 1/2 - 1/4 + 1/8 - 1/16 + …
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