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hi there
i wanted to get started with C# but i m confused from where to start with,
what i would be requiring, i have started doing google search, and found few
e-books, i was looking for some help on the resources i would be requiring,
i know i might get fire for that since this is the first thing i should have
find out, i did(google) but m a bit little confused, so i thought of getting
some advice :-)

i would like to know what minimal software i would be requiring, and if
possible links to the resources..some links to free IDE, compilers, etc..i m
having bare minimal installation of Windows XP on my 556 Mhz 128Mb RAM
system, is this configuration enough ?

what else would i require, hope to get some good advice :-)

regards
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-Dumboo
Nov 15 '05 #1
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"dumboo" <vt***@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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hi there
i wanted to get started with C# but i m confused from where to start with,
what i would be requiring, i have started doing google search, and found few e-books, i was looking for some help on the resources i would be requiring, i know i might get fire for that since this is the first thing i should have find out, i did(google) but m a bit little confused, so i thought of getting some advice :-)

i would like to know what minimal software i would be requiring, and if
possible links to the resources..some links to free IDE, compilers, etc..i m having bare minimal installation of Windows XP on my 556 Mhz 128Mb RAM
system, is this configuration enough ?

what else would i require, hope to get some good advice :-)

Hi,

I've written a free C# Tutorial at C# Station -
http://www.csharp-station.com/Tutorial.aspx

There are also many other excellent sites on the Internet any you may want
to peruse my Links section to see what is available.

Here are the system requirements for the .NET Framework SDK:

http://msdn.microsoft.com/netframewo...s/default.aspx

Joe
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http://www.csharp-station.com
Nov 15 '05 #2

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Hi

I have a tutorial that lists how to get started with C# for free, you can
find it at http://www.publicjoe.f9.co.uk/csharp/tut.html

hope this helps

Mike

"dumboo" <vt***@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:bv*************@ID-211285.news.uni-berlin.de...
hi there
i wanted to get started with C# but i m confused from where to start with,
what i would be requiring, i have started doing google search, and found few e-books, i was looking for some help on the resources i would be requiring, i know i might get fire for that since this is the first thing i should have find out, i did(google) but m a bit little confused, so i thought of getting some advice :-)

i would like to know what minimal software i would be requiring, and if
possible links to the resources..some links to free IDE, compilers, etc..i m having bare minimal installation of Windows XP on my 556 Mhz 128Mb RAM
system, is this configuration enough ?

what else would i require, hope to get some good advice :-)

regards
--
-Dumboo

Nov 15 '05 #3

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dumboo wrote:
hi there
i wanted to get started with C# but i m confused from where to start
[...]
what else would i require, hope to get some good advice :-)


Compilers: http://www.thefreecountry.com/compilers/csharp.shtml
Tutorial: http://www.softsteel.co.uk/tutorials/cSharp/cIndex.html

Have fun.
Nov 15 '05 #4

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If you've previously coded in VB.NET, then try Instant C#
(www.instantcsharp.com).
The free demo version will convert any block of VB.NET code you have.
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