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Visual C# .NET Programming by Harold Davis
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Visual C# .NET Programming

by Harold Davis

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0782140467, Paperback)

C SHARP (pronounced C-sharp) is Microsoft's newest programming language and is a key piece of Visual Studio.NET. C SHARP is based on C++ but adds a number of features that make it the ideal language for programming Web applications on the Windows platform. Some have called it a "Java killer," because it borrows some features from the Java language. It was created by the same programmer who developed TurboPascal and Delphi for Borland. Many industry experts feel that there is a high probability that many Visual Basic and Visual C++ programmers will want to learn C SHARP, because it was optimized for the.NET platform.

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