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How Does C# Compare To The Rest?

Discussion in 'C#' started by idontknow87, Aug 9, 2007.

  1. idontknow87

    idontknow87 New Member

    Hi,

    I'm trying to learn how to create desktop software applications. Yes, a total programming newbie :(

    I'm trying to figure out how to design application windows, application menus, how to build window menus and so on. I'm trying to decide upon a programming language to learn. :confused:

    I'm looking for a programming language that is not too difficult to learn, but that I will not be limited in. :mad:

    In other words, once I learn the language, I want to be able to do everything I think up with it. Sure I might need to learn complimentary languages, like MySQL, XML, etc...

    But I want to eventually (notice I said 'eventually') create complex desktop apps as quickly and easily as possible without limits :eek:

    Is C# that language? Or might another language better fit what I'm looking for?

    idontknow87
     
  2. shabbir

    shabbir Administrator Staff Member

    Nope you have choosen the best among the lot and I would vote for C# only.
     
  3. rhaazy

    rhaazy New Member

    Agreed, I basically learned all I know about application development from working with C#, .NET, VS2003/2005. While I regret not having a broad understand of "programming", I will admit that I have been easily able to learn all that is required of me, and documentation is easy to find for just about anything you could ever want to do.
     
  4. shabbir

    shabbir Administrator Staff Member

    And then you have the option of discussing the thing you are having problem here. hehe
     
  5. rhaazy

    rhaazy New Member

    Yes, there its a lot of online help with .NET, C# development from places like google groups, and a multitude of different developer forums.
     

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