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 PostPost subject: C# Help        Posted: Mon Jan 23, 2012 1:12 am 
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Anyone have any really good links to some C# tutorials? I'm kind-of new with programming, Like I can make the CMD say "Hello, World!" But that's about all I can do.

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 PostPost subject: Re: C# Help        Posted: Mon Jan 23, 2012 12:34 pm 
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Wumbowalrus wrote:
Anyone have any really good links to some C# tutorials? I'm kind-of new with programming, Like I can make the CMD say "Hello, World!" But that's about all I can do.

i am new too but i cant really find it so someone please help or even better: teach us please :(

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 PostPost subject: Re: C# Help        Posted: Mon Jan 23, 2012 5:17 pm 
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Did you check the Microsoft C# Tutorial?

If not, here is the link: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library ... 36(v=vs.71).aspx

Another good one would be: http://csharp.net-tutorials.com/

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 PostPost subject: Re: C# Help        Posted: Mon Jan 23, 2012 5:45 pm 
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we will try ; )

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 PostPost subject: Re: C# Help        Posted: Tue Jan 24, 2012 1:31 pm 
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I've been teaching Wumbowalrus a few things, and he's off the floor already. Next thing I'm going to do is write a full application that encapsulates Windows's methods and of course comment explaining what it does, and what it returns. Wumbowalrus, prepare for a challenge.

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 PostPost subject: Re: C# Help        Posted: Tue Jan 24, 2012 4:13 pm 
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Here's a nice link for C# Tutorials http://zetcode.com/language/csharptutorial/
Have fun! There's really no substitute for a good book though if you desire to become proficient.


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I've been teaching Wumbowalrus a few things, and he's off the floor already. Next thing I'm going to do is write a full application that encapsulates Windows's methods and of course comment explaining what it does, and what it returns. Wumbowalrus, prepare for a challenge.


We could do it tonight actually.

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It takes a lot of practice to know C# Programming, have you tried visual basic?

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 PostPost subject: Re: C# Help        Posted: Sat Feb 04, 2012 11:29 pm 
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The only difference between C# and modern Visual Basic .NET is syntax. They are both equally as complex and powerful. It's a matter of preference, but it's likely if you learn one, picking up the other will be easy enough. I spent a couple of years doing VB.NET, and was able to switch over to C# entirely in under a month. As I said, it's merely a matter of syntax between C# and VB.NET today.

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 PostPost subject: Re: C# Help        Posted: Mon Feb 06, 2012 5:31 am 
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The only difference between C# and modern Visual Basic .NET is syntax. They are both equally as complex and powerful. It's a matter of preference, but it's likely if you learn one, picking up the other will be easy enough. I spent a couple of years doing VB.NET, and was able to switch over to C# entirely in under a month. As I said, it's merely a matter of syntax between C# and VB.NET today.


What is syntax? (I'm a noob)

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i am using tutorial on cplusplus.com but i am using visual c++ 2010 and dont know which type of project to choose for hello world.I understand code and how to write it for hello world but dont know where to type it beacuse c++ builds some sources and headers for me...

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 PostPost subject: Re: C# Help        Posted: Wed Feb 08, 2012 10:32 pm 
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Dean235 wrote:
It takes a lot of practice to know C# Programming, have you tried visual basic?


VB will probably end up teaching you a lot of bad habits which will confuse you when you move onto C#, at least it did with me. I would just start with the basic C# tutorials, it's a very easy language to learn.


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Blizzardo1 wrote:
I've been teaching Wumbowalrus a few things, and he's off the floor already. Next thing I'm going to do is write a full application that encapsulates Windows's methods and of course comment explaining what it does, and what it returns. Wumbowalrus, prepare for a challenge.


We're actually going to try to make a program that scans your harddrive from the keywords you enter in the search bar. Very simple.

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oscar193 wrote:
Dean235 wrote:
It takes a lot of practice to know C# Programming, have you tried visual basic?


VB will probably end up teaching you a lot of bad habits which will confuse you when you move onto C#, at least it did with me. I would just start with the basic C# tutorials, it's a very easy language to learn.


I have Visual C# 2010 Express. Is that good?

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Wumbowalrus wrote:
oscar193 wrote:
Dean235 wrote:
It takes a lot of practice to know C# Programming, have you tried visual basic?


VB will probably end up teaching you a lot of bad habits which will confuse you when you move onto C#, at least it did with me. I would just start with the basic C# tutorials, it's a very easy language to learn.


I have Visual C# 2010 Express. Is that good?


Yeah, that's all you need to get you started.


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 PostPost subject: Re: C# Help        Posted: Fri Mar 02, 2012 3:24 am 
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oscar193 wrote:
Wumbowalrus wrote:
oscar193 wrote:
Dean235 wrote:
It takes a lot of practice to know C# Programming, have you tried visual basic?


VB will probably end up teaching you a lot of bad habits which will confuse you when you move onto C#, at least it did with me. I would just start with the basic C# tutorials, it's a very easy language to learn.


I have Visual C# 2010 Express. Is that good?


Yeah, that's all you need to get you started.


Well, this post was over a month ago, I have made some progress with C#. My time is being taken up by school lately but I have managed to get myself farther up the ladder.

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