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rajum November 7th, 2006 12:55 PM

source code in C#
 
Any body has converted examples into C#.
I am lokking for chapter 12 in C#.




Imar November 7th, 2006 04:28 PM

Hi rajum,

Unfortunately no, as far as I know. Other people mentioned translating some projects in earlier posts, but none of them got back with a complete application.

However, translating isn't too hard with an on-line converter, like this one: http://www.dotnettaxi.com/Tools/Converter.aspx

Give it a try, and when you need help, feel free to post here.

Cheers,

Imar
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Imar Spaanjaars
Everyone is unique, except for me.
Author of ASP.NET 2.0 Instant Results and Beginning Dreamweaver MX / MX 2004
Want to be my colleague? Then check out this post.

SoftMind December 26th, 2006 12:55 AM

Hi Rajum,

Have you found any solution for this book in C#.

I intend to shift to C# as soon as possible,considering few advantages, after reading a thread on asp.net forums.

Here is the link...
http://forums.asp.net/thread/1506300.aspx

Thanks


SoftMind December 26th, 2006 01:00 AM

By the way even IMAR SPANJAARS the great autor of a great book, Asp.net Instant Results have started coding and posting few tutorials on his websibe based on C#.

His latest Tutorial is based on C# code.

I have observed that with C# as an base, you can be friends with Java, PHP and C++ in long run.

Vb.Net can keep you away from the above mentioned technologies. you never know, which languages can emerge as an leader later on.

Its better to be friends with few languages right now.


Imar December 26th, 2006 09:06 AM

Just to get this straight: I am not "making the move" to C# at this stage. I haven't started "coding and posting few tutorials on his websibe based on C#.".

That's not because I am not using C#, but because I have always been doing this in the past as well.

Ever since I started the current version of my web site in 2003, I have been providing articles, snippets, FAQs and so on in both languages. Sometimes I'd choose one and explain the differences for the other, sometimes I'd write two versions of the article, and more recently, I am presenting both languages in the same article.

I don't believe in one language being better than the other, and I am also not worried about the future-proofness of these languages. What I believe you need to be successful is a deep knowledge and understanding of the .NET framework. The language on top of that is just syntax; something you can learn in a couple of days if the need arises. I am sure the company I work for could switch to J# if we had the need.

Personally, I am always looking for programmers that can read and write in both languages. Sure, you can have a preference for one, and feel more at home with it. However, if you're trying to defend one language over the other and don't even want to look at the other, you don't stand much chance in a job interview....

So, just try to get fluent in both (or more) languages; after all, it's only syntax.....

Imar
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Imar Spaanjaars
http://Imar.Spaanjaars.Com
Everyone is unique, except for me.
Author of ASP.NET 2.0 Instant Results and Beginning Dreamweaver MX / MX 2004
Want to be my colleague? Then check out this post.


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