Discussion in 'Web Design & Coding' started by Swi, Jul 19, 2002.
Anyone got a good one? (on-line of course)
Are you familiar with C, C++ or Visual basic. Do you know about programme flow and control, objects, inheritance, methods and modules or error trapping proceedures etc?
If you already understand the above I can provide an answer, if not learn the latest version of Visual Basic or Pascal and it's concepts first, then jump straight to C#.
I actually found that if you learn C++, VB, and Perl (or Java), you can pretty much figure out C# (at least that's what I did).
C# is to C++ as C++ is to C. It's simply an exstention to the language. It incorporates C++ with object oriented design (Perl, VB, Java, etc). What type of programming skills do you have? If you have none (or your skills are limited), I wouldn't get a book. Most books are written as though you have some programming experience. I would recommend these though:
The Beginners Guide to C++
Perl - In Plain English
I used those books to learn the basics of the languages (good thing too because when I took CompSci AP, I knew most of the material).
I already know all these concepts very well.
What i want is something that can be an online reference and more complete than MSDN to show differences between C++ and C#. MSDN only show a few examples...
Quote: - What i want is something that can be an online reference and more complete than MSDN to show differences between C++ and C#. MSDN only show a few examples...
There are some differances between C# and C++ which was it's predecessor. Error handling has been quantified. Pointers are now unambiguous or nearly.
Go here for a basic description: -
Or Here for the goods: -
Hope this helps///***
If u go to ur simple search engine (i find google the best) just type in "learn ---- online" "---" whatever pog language u want!
Start your c# Tutorial here:
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