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C# Tutorial, does anyone know of any good ones?

Alright, I'm sure your tired to hearing this but...does anyone know of
any GOOD tutorial's for learning c#. The more basic the better, I have
NO experience with programing before this other than what a friend
taught me (which is very little). I searched around for a while but
every tutorial I found keeps reffering to things that I've never heard
of. I'm no moron when it comes to basic computer skills, just I know
absolutely nothing about programing. I would, however, like to learn.

Dec 13 '05 #1
5 1300
oh and on a side not, dont eat me alive. As I've been told, I just
brought about a flame war...

Dec 13 '05 #2
MessageBox.Show("Hello World");

HTH,
Marc
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Alright, I'm sure your tired to hearing this but...does anyone know of
any GOOD tutorial's for learning c#. The more basic the better, I have
NO experience with programing before this other than what a friend
taught me (which is very little). I searched around for a while but
every tutorial I found keeps reffering to things that I've never heard
of. I'm no moron when it comes to basic computer skills, just I know
absolutely nothing about programing. I would, however, like to learn.

Dec 13 '05 #3
Roy
You really want to focus on the Framework since that is where the power of
..NET resides - not in the languages that access the Framework. Because the
..NET languages are really a thin layer that sit on top of the Framework, the
language syntax can be learned very quickly, but the Framework will take some
time.

C# Tutorials
http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/de...pTutorials.asp

Good basic tutorials covering .NET 2.0
http://www.asp.net/Tutorials/quickstart.aspx

Videos that cover many of ASP.NET 2.0 features
http://msdn.microsoft.com/asp.net/reference/multimedia/

Roy

Dec 13 '05 #4
You may want to try appdev.com a little pricey but you will get what
you pay for.

Dec 13 '05 #5
When I started programming in visual environment... the first concept
problem I had was the project. Where before I was thinking of just a
single file before. So before I could have thousand of separate files in
the same directory ... each with it's own theme or design paradigm.

So when you create a project... you create a new directory structure will
all the stuff you need in the file. Thus ... Microsoft has created for you
a programming strucutre ... an architectural paradigm of adding new
features... new code items... and it may seem very complicated at first, but
it's really just a nice little shoe box to focus on your work.

Once you understand that concept, you can then move on to the bigger
concepts, such as adding new items and packages to your project directory
structure.

-Regards,

Marc N.
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MessageBox.Show("Hello World");

HTH,
Marc
<sp*****@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:11**********************@g43g2000cwa.googlegr oups.com...
Alright, I'm sure your tired to hearing this but...does anyone know of
any GOOD tutorial's for learning c#. The more basic the better, I have
NO experience with programing before this other than what a friend
taught me (which is very little). I searched around for a while but
every tutorial I found keeps reffering to things that I've never heard
of. I'm no moron when it comes to basic computer skills, just I know
absolutely nothing about programing. I would, however, like to learn.


Dec 13 '05 #6

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