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best book for .net

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can u help me to tell the easily understandable book which cover most of the topics of .net
Jan 6 '13 #1
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Depends, are you a new .NET programmer or one looking to extend their knowledge. Are you a new or seasoned developer?
Jan 7 '13 #2

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I want to extend my knowledge
Apr 5 '13 #3

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Hey bindaladitya001, Try this book CLR via C#.
Apr 5 '13 #4

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plz tell me more .NET programmer books (for both begineer and for extending knowlege purpose)
And plz mention positive and negative points of that book, I mean in what respect that book is good and what the thing are not mention clearly
Plz mention only best books not any random books for getting points
Apr 5 '13 #5

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Hey bindaladitya001, Upto me best book for C# is,

1) Head First C# by Andrew Stellman and Jennifer Greene

2) C# The Complete Reference by Herbert Schildt and

3) CLR via C# by Jeffrey Richter
Apr 8 '13 #6

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vijay6, I also read this book "Head First c#" it's good.... but after some time it become boring, because one person can not do programming himself/herself. I mean one can understand things but not able to do programming himself, u have to follow things according to this book.
Can u tell me other two books too....
Apr 8 '13 #7

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Hey bindaladitya001, If you're a student and wanna study only for marks then go for "C# The Complete Reference". Or if you're not a beginner to C# and wanna know in depth then go for "CLR via C#". You said already you're reading "Head First C#" book so my suggestion is go for "CLR via C#"
Apr 10 '13 #8

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Begining C# from Wrox press.
and C# steps by steps from John Sharp/Charp ??!!
May 28 '13 #9

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