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Old October 14th, 2005, 03:17 PM
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Default Learning C#


I've been trying to learn C# with no background in C training. I've created large scale web-based applications using ASP, SQL, javascript and find this to be ... without challanges (although interesting and fun).

I understand the theories behind OOP (ie:inheritance, class and class derivatives, etc.), but I still find I have alot of trouble completing the excersises in the Beginning C# book by Karli Watson. The text is straight forward and I have no qualms with it.

So I have to wonder. What can I do to fully understand how to APPLY what I am learning without always depending on "cheat sheets". And to those that would answer "Build test scripts." or "Just keep coding and it'll come." all I have to say is; When you are trying to learn a language from scratch there needs to be a good base to work with. I am only starting to build a foundation but its not enough to be able to code on my own.

All this to say, What can I Do to understand more!!! I like this field and want to go far with it.

Thanks all.


Old October 19th, 2005, 07:54 PM
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Common folks. Some of us need this extra help "after school" to understand. If some of you 88 people who have read this post so far can't help then whats a guy to do?


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