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how o learn c# (books to read , excersises .....)

Γιώργος ΜήλιοςΓιώργος Μήλιος Member Posts: 1
in C#

Hello, new to the forum and almostnew at programming (i learned c++ at university and a little pascal and java on my own ).
I want to start and learn some languages (C# , java...)
1) what languages do you think its the most "usefull"
2)from where do i start (for C# for excample) do you have some online free books to propose(i prefer books with exercises i like it better to have to search for how to complete an exercise-programm than to read pages with excamples)


  • Priyasha SarmahPriyasha Sarmah Member Posts: 2

    Learn C# Programming (in ten easy steps) is suitable for beginner programmers. Step-by-step it explains how to write C# code to develop Windows applications using either the free Visual Studio Community Edition or a commercial edition of Microsoft Visual Studio (it even explains how to write C# programs using free tools for OS X).

    C# is one of the most widely used an important of all modern programming languages. If you need to learn C# quickly and painlessly, this is the perfect course.

    You will begin by learning the core features of programming – variables, constants, functions and data types. You will move on rapidly to learn about Object Orientation and the more advanced features of C# and the .NET framework such as file-handling, data-streaming, dealing with exceptions (errors) and overriding methods. Even if you start out as a complete beginner, by the end of this course you will have built a really solid foundation of programming knowledge and skills.

    All the source code of sample projects is provided ready for you to download, run and modify. The course also includes an eBook that provides even more information on the topics being discussed. And there are also interactive quizzes to test your understanding of each major topic.

    Learn C# Programming (in ten easy steps) is the fastest and simplest way to help you make the move from coding novice to professional programmer.

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