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Visual C# tutorial and guides

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I am looking for a website that has guides and tutorials specifically for Visual C#. Something with a lesson format with step by step guides is preferred, not just a reference like what the official site is. Anyone know of a good one?

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Why do people say Visual C#?  Surely it's "Visual Basic" or "C#"?

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Why do people say Visual C#?  Surely it's "Visual Basic" or "C#"?

From what I was explained, Visual C# refers to C# programming specifically for Visual Studio. Same difference between C++ and Visual C++.

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I wasn't aware there was any REAL C# going on outside of VS.  Either way, just asking :)

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I wasn't aware there was any REAL C# going on outside of VS.  Either way, just asking :)

There isn't all the much. TestComplete, an automated testing tool, uses C# as an option for its scripting. Main reason I know the difference.

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The language is called C#. "Visual C#" is the set of tools for developing in C# within Visual Studio.

 

That said I heartily recommend Rob Miles` Yellow Book: this is perhaps the best introduction to programming I've ever seen for any language.

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The language is called C#. "Visual C#" is the set of tools for developing in C# within Visual Studio.

 

That said I heartily recommend Rob Miles` Yellow Book: this is perhaps the best introduction to programming I've ever seen for any language.

Ty. Exactly what I was looking for.

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Not a site, but I would recommend any of the books by Richter or Petzold.  I just picked up this one on kindle:  http://www.amazon.com/Programming-Windows-ebook/dp/B00B2SVQAC/ref=sr_1_2?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1374262740&sr=1-2&keywords=programming+windows

 

very thorough, very detailed in the examples.  And to be honest, every C# programmer, heck, every Windows programmer should have read at least 1 book by those two guys.

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The first post got it. Csharpstation is a great place to learn the basics.

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