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BOOK: Beginning Microsoft Visual C# 2008 ISBN: 978-0-470-19135-4
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Old December 15th, 2009, 01:29 AM
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Default Beginning Visual C++ 2008 & Professional Visual C++ 2008

How are the 2 books Beginning Visual C++ 2008 & Professional Visual C++ 2008 different?

I just got the book Beginning Visual C++ 2008. Was lookig at the contents of Professional Visual C++ 2008. They look similar atleast by titles.
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Hi Dear,

The book titled "Beginning" is penned down for those who have got NIL programming Knowledge but want to learn the basics and fundamentals of that particular programming language.

And, the book titled "Professional" is for those who are familiar with the language but they want to master it and be an expert in that programming field,
the book as we read in depth will be more complex and understandable to people who have a grip knowledge in that particular field.

So if you are new to C++ then go with the book "Beginning ... "
and if you have a thorough knowledge and want to be an expert programmer then the book titled "Professional ... " is all yours

Cheers!!!
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Default I can´t find Professional Visual C++ 2008

Where can I find de professional Visual C++ 2008 book, cause I keep searching for it here at wrox and it always leads me to Beginning Visual C# 2008.

I already have Ivor Horton´s book on beginning Visual C++ 2008, but I found that I need the later the professional , so whose the author and ISBN number please. And how come the wrox website doesn´t find it.

thanks in advance.
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Default Question concerning progression through books

I'm currently reading Jack Purdums Beginning C# 3.0 (sorry :->). Looking at the book progression chart on the back page, it suggests that one can either go sideways to Beginning Visual C# 2008 or go on up to Professional C# 2008. These diagrams aren't clear. The Purdum book seems to be doing a good job of teaching me the basics. Which of the two mentioned books should I hope to progress to...the "Beginning" or the "Professional"?

Here's hoping you can help.
 


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