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Good Book to learn C#

Discussion in 'C#' started by visualcpp, Apr 3, 2007.

  1. visualcpp

    visualcpp New Member

    Is there any good book to learn C# at indepth level (What is available for C++ from Yashwanth Kanetkar in the title "Test Your C++ Skills" which covers 100 of C++'s confusing aspects particularly runtime polymorphism and a unique and uncomparable excellent book) ?
  2. shabbir

    shabbir Administrator Staff Member

    C# or C++ because the title says C# and you are referring to a book of C++. Are you trying to learn OOP.
  3. visualcpp

    visualcpp New Member

    I am sorry for not mentioning my query clearly. I am looking for a similar book for C# like the one which is available in market for C++ by Yashwanth Kanetkar's TestYourC++Skills which focus's on the confusing aspects of C++ and clarifies every point.

    I am looking for same kind of book (unfortunately Kanetkar is not seriously involved in writing or teachings for C# and .NET arena!!).

    1. CLR via C# by richter touches very very lowlevel aspects of CLR!!
    2. The core reference book by MS press mearly touches some points but didn't give clear cut explanations (gets lot of criticism from amazon about the errors!!)

    Majaority of the books available in the market touches only at skin level info about C#!!!

  4. shabbir

    shabbir Administrator Staff Member

    You can try the C# bible which I find very handy as a reference book.

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