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Default Oh, and auhtor Stephen sir

Oh, and auhtor Stephen sir, I really appreciate you taking time to take care of readers of your book.
Are you planning on helping us out in this forum for quite a time? I will need a lot of help.
Thanks so much!!
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Oh yes. I'll be monitoring this forum for a long time!
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I'm learning Java at school at the moment. I heard the two languages are similar so I am trying to learn both. However, did you by any chance write an advanced or next-level version of this C# book?
After this book, I'd like to continue my journey but I want to make sure I have access to Q&A forums like this where the author can help me out. My end goal is to learn .NET
Thank you again.

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C#, Java, and C++ are all fairly similar.

I haven't written a more advanced C# book. You could try another Wrox book about C#. They should all have p2p forums. Or you could search the p2p forums to find a forum that you like (that has lots of posts and the authors respond quickly) to see which one would get you good support. Some reviews at Amazon may also mention how supportive the author is. (Now that I mention it, post a review when you have a chance )
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