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HI~
I'm want to learn C# Language can any body introduce me a book to learn??
or can tell me what's website to learn, thanks??

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Your Sincerely
YuHsiang Lo , Calros
Feb 1 '06 #1
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hi!!

Visit this site http://www.flazx.com/ and download the C# book. Hope
this will help you.

ruju

Feb 1 '06 #2
Hi Carlos,

"Calros Lo" <ca********@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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HI~
I'm want to learn C# Language can any body introduce me a book to learn??
or can tell me what's website to learn, thanks??


Try a search on amazon and read some reviews.
I started with "Beginning Visual C# 2005"[1] because I like the wrox series.
I made my way through it during a 3 months then purchased "Pro C# 2005 and
the .NET 2.0 Platform, 3rd Ed."[2] which is quite more advanced.
For websites, I usually read articles on CodeGuru[3], The Code Project[4],
Programmer's Heaven[5] etc...
Hope this helps.

[1] http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0764578472/
[2] http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1590594193/
[3] http://www.codeguru.com/
[4] http://www.codeproject.com/
[5] http://www.programmersheaven.com/

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csn

Feb 1 '06 #3
rb
Best the book on C# that I have read is 'Programming C#' by Jesse Liberty
published by O'Reilly.

"Calros Lo" <ca********@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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HI~
I'm want to learn C# Language can any body introduce me a book to learn??
or can tell me what's website to learn, thanks??

--
Your Sincerely
YuHsiang Lo , Calros

Feb 1 '06 #4

Hi Calros,

IMHO, the easiest book in my collection, and a good starting point, is

Windows Forms Programming in C#. It's an e-book, downloadable from
Manning Publications (for a small cost), written by E.E. Brown.
It assumes very little and is a very easy read.

Following is a list of the other books in my C# collection in order of most
useful.

Core C# and .NET, Prentice Hall, Steven C.Perry
Has some 2.0 features e.g. datagridview, understandably not found in
other older publications
Covers lots of useful system namespaces.

The two O'Reilly Books "Programming C#" and "C# Cookbook" have lots of
full source code listings.
Sure beats code snippets that annoyingly assume prior knowledge

Another good source for example C# source is the freely available as a
downloadable pdf is
"Dissecting a C# Application - Inside SharpDevelop"

If you are interested in Mono, then
"Mono - A developers notebook" O'Reilly, Edd Dunbill, Niel M.
Bornstein
"Mono Kickstart" Sams, Schonig and Geschwinde
are small and easy reads; but lacking the dept of detail found in larger
publications.

Then there is the Code Project, with literally thousands of examples of
C# source code usage.

Once you have downloaded the sdk, you can run dexplore.exe that allows you
to browse 2.0 documentation or wincv for 1.1.
Set dexplores view to .net framework and its filter to both vb.net and C#.
There seem to be more examples for VB that C# (based on the assumption that
C# programmers can read VB code but perhaps not Vice Versa)

Have loaded up sharpdevelop 1 and 2, but find that, for the moment, I can
get by with
. snippetcompiler.exe as editor\compiler\run testing.
. dbgclr.exe for debugging
. astyle for a source code re-indenter
. dexplore.exe for documentation

HTH
Mark


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HI~
I'm want to learn C# Language can any body introduce me a book to learn??
or can tell me what's website to learn, thanks??

--
Your Sincerely
YuHsiang Lo , Calros

Feb 1 '06 #5
Besides the other recommendations, I would recommend Professional C# by Wrox
Publications.

Jesse Liberty (Orielly) is also a fantastic one.

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Thanks
Vipul Patel
C# MVP www.microsoft.com/mvp
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I'm want to learn C# Language can any body introduce me a book to learn??
or can tell me what's website to learn, thanks??

--
Your Sincerely
YuHsiang Lo , Calros

Feb 2 '06 #6
http://www.books-download.com

All for free

Feb 4 '06 #7

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