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BOOK: Beginning VB.NET 2nd Edition/Beginning VB.NET 2003
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Old June 10th, 2004, 09:10 AM
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Hi Jonathan, I´m Gustavo Vásquez from Colombia. Thanks you for you answer.:)
I´am a beginner that wants to learn how to program computers.
I study alone reading books.
I asked you on programming why I believe that you are an excellent
programmer(a Guru).

- Are They the programmers of C/C++/C# more intelligent than the
programmers Visual Basic (that says them(C/C++) ?.

-The logic it is acquired seeing many programs of good programmers ?

- I bought the book Beginnig vb net 2003 be excellent.:)

- You will write the book for next versions of VB (Beginning VB 2005)

Thanks you Jonathan.

Gustavo from Colombia.

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Old June 11th, 2004, 06:33 AM
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Hi Gustavo

Keep it up. I also studied like you do. I used to go into second hand book shops nearby universities, to get hold of the textbooks and other materials. It is very rewarding learning things for yourself, but takes comittment.

I attempt to answer the first question about smart programmers here on my blog.

With regards to your question on logic, I am not sure what you mean.
Could you expand the question a little more?

By the way, thanks for supporting the VB.NET 2003 book. We all worked hard on it and I am glad you are enjoying it.

Jonathan Crossland

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