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Need a good class reference

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Happy holidays all. :)

Okay now for the "more serious" stuff...

Is there any good books for the .net classes?
I am trying to find when piticular events are
fired and from where. It is kinda anoying that
it seams like guess work as to how the classes
work to get the desired preformance and tricks
out of the .net frame.

I was hoping that the book ".Net framework Standard
Library Annotated Reference" would help, but I find
that book would be better as a fireplace starter.
There are a lot of programming book I like to rave
about, but there are a few I rant about.

Nov 21 '05 #1
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Jamie,

Everything you do in Net is done with classes. So give us more an idea what
you want, because when you learn the dotNet languages you are learning the
classes. The program code is only as I write it often the cemment to hold
them together.

And when you want a reference, than there is a very good one that I forever
use

msdn.microsoft.com

Cor

"jamie" <an*******@discussions.microsoft.com>


Happy holidays all. :)

Okay now for the "more serious" stuff...

Is there any good books for the .net classes?
I am trying to find when piticular events are
fired and from where. It is kinda anoying that
it seams like guess work as to how the classes
work to get the desired preformance and tricks
out of the .net frame.

I was hoping that the book ".Net framework Standard
Library Annotated Reference" would help, but I find
that book would be better as a fireplace starter.
There are a lot of programming book I like to rave
about, but there are a few I rant about.

Nov 21 '05 #2

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