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Old January 21st, 2005, 06:53 AM
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Hii I'm a novice programmer in .NET Environment...Can anybody help me specifying some good books on C#. I know bit of vb.Net. please mention books for different stages.

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For C# this is the good book
Professional C#, Second Edition
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Personally I have always felt that "Dummies" series would be a good starting point for any techie subject.

If a person is totally new to C# then I would suggest "C# for dummies" ... after that they can go for "Professional C#"

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