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Description of each .NET Framwork Classes

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Hi All!

I'm new to .NET and I've made a few searches on the net and finally found
that the key to understand Microsoft .NET development process is to
understand Microsoft .NET Framework classes and each of their purposes. It
doesn't matter what language I use (either VB.NET, C#, or any other
languages).

So I'm just wondering if you could point me out the websites OR books that
explain each of the .NET Framwork Classes in detail?

Many thanks in advance!

Don
Jul 21 '05 #1
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Don Wash <do*@wash.com> wrote:
... websites OR books
that explain each of the .NET Framwork Classes in detail?


Hi Don,

For books try "Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1 Class Library Reference Volumes
1-4: System" (ISBN 0735615551) and "Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1 Class
Library Reference Volume 5: System.Web" (ISBN 073561816X). These books are
large and expensive but provide an easy way to work through the framework in
a systematic way.

You'll also find basic information in the Object Browser, but to me the best
part is how you can see the hierarchy in the tree on the left.

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Cindy Winegarden MCSD, Microsoft Visual FoxPro MVP
ci**************@mvps.org www.cindywinegarden.com

Jul 21 '05 #2

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You could also try out http://www.msdn.com

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Sriram Krishnan
Microsoft Student Ambassador
http://www.,dotnetjunkies.com/weblog/sriram
"Don Wash" <do*@wash.com> wrote in message
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Hi All!

I'm new to .NET and I've made a few searches on the net and finally found
that the key to understand Microsoft .NET development process is to
understand Microsoft .NET Framework classes and each of their purposes. It
doesn't matter what language I use (either VB.NET, C#, or any other
languages).

So I'm just wondering if you could point me out the websites OR books that
explain each of the .NET Framwork Classes in detail?

Many thanks in advance!

Don

Jul 21 '05 #3

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