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API for C#?

Discussion in 'C#' started by Theresonly1, May 9, 2009.

  1. Theresonly1

    Theresonly1 New Member

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    A beginner in C#, migrated from Java.

    Java have an API of their own.

    Do C# have one?
    .. i desperately need one to assist me in programming & getting the syntax right. I can't rely on books all the time.
     
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    Yes. They have their own Namespaces.
     
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    To name a few System , Windows , Forms , Collections ...
     
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    Yes i know but i want to know is how do i find these. Like there must be a website or document stating those.

    For example: In java there's an API for listing all classes and their functionality.

    But what about C#? So far i can't find any..
     
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    MSDN Is your Best Bet
     
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    Cheers

    Exactly what i was looking for
     

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