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I got a book : C# Primer Plus, this is about the C#.
I am going to learn Visual C#, another book recommendation about this
specific topic ?
I don't want a book repeat the C# stuffs already in my book.

Nov 13 '05 #1
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If, by visual, you mean that you're interested in learning about how Visual
Studio .NET works and manages your C# projects, then I believe there are a
range of getting started books in Visual Studio.

Otherwise, C# is C# regardless whether its "Visual" or not :)

Phil (miseldinedev.com)
"Alan" <al*******@yahoo.com.au> wrote in message
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I got a book : C# Primer Plus, this is about the C#.
I am going to learn Visual C#, another book recommendation about this
specific topic ?
I don't want a book repeat the C# stuffs already in my book.

Nov 13 '05 #2

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Instead of ordering it from Amazon (in fact not
amazon 'cos they're not trustworthy) but anywhere else,
instead tell a bookshop to order it then stand there
reading it before deciding whether you want to buy it or
not. They won't object, and if they do throw a huff.

-----Original Message-----
If, by visual, you mean that you're interested in learning about how VisualStudio .NET works and manages your C# projects, then I believe there are arange of getting started books in Visual Studio.

Otherwise, C# is C# regardless whether its "Visual" or not :)
Phil (miseldinedev.com)
"Alan" <al*******@yahoo.com.au> wrote in message
news:ew**************@TK2MSFTNGP11.phx.gbl...
I got a book : C# Primer Plus, this is about the C#.
I am going to learn Visual C#, another book recommendation about this specific topic ?
I don't want a book repeat the C# stuffs already in my book.

.

Nov 13 '05 #3

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I use Amazon all the time. Never had a problem once.

"Ben Taylor" <be***********@yahoo.co.uk> wrote in message
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Instead of ordering it from Amazon (in fact not
amazon 'cos they're not trustworthy) but anywhere else,
instead tell a bookshop to order it then stand there
reading it before deciding whether you want to buy it or
not. They won't object, and if they do throw a huff.

-----Original Message-----
If, by visual, you mean that you're interested in

learning about how Visual
Studio .NET works and manages your C# projects, then I

believe there are a
range of getting started books in Visual Studio.

Otherwise, C# is C# regardless whether its "Visual" or

not :)

Phil (miseldinedev.com)
"Alan" <al*******@yahoo.com.au> wrote in message
news:ew**************@TK2MSFTNGP11.phx.gbl...
I got a book : C# Primer Plus, this is about the C#.
I am going to learn Visual C#, another book recommendation about this specific topic ?
I don't want a book repeat the C# stuffs already in my book.

.

Nov 13 '05 #4

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