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    Default suggestions on where to learn C#

    Where can I learn C#. Is their a good book or e book I can learn from or a website. Or should I just wait till college to take a class in it. Any suggestions on where I can learn cause I don't really want to wait till college.

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    Google that shit dude, we can't help you with simple stuff like this, it's ridiculous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Digger View Post
    Google that shit dude, we can't help you with simple stuff like this, it's ridiculous.
    I'v done some googling, lol. I posted this thread to srr if anyone would recommend a good site or something.

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    Bruh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattking45 View Post
    I'v done some googling, lol. I posted this thread to srr if anyone would recommend a good site or something.
    Yeah, you're not ready to learn C#.
    Save your time.

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    Do not know how well your are with writing code and or learning it but this is what I would suggest. I don't know your level of learning or were you are at programming level wise.
    If you do not know anything in C language I would start with just C. C language will give you a solid understanding of how programming works and the building blocks of a programming language. Then move onto java or c++ then move onto C#. It will help you greatly in learning it faster and more efficiently.

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    Read some books. Take a class.

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    I took a class in high school on C# and the prereq for the class was VB because they are pretty similar. I would suggest learning VB and then either get a book on C# or watch yt videos. It really depends on what you plan on doing in C#. If you plan on making games than that is pretty different coding than if you are making normal applications in C# even though they use the same language. So I suggest taking/learning Visual Basic first then figure out what you want to do with C#.

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    So I think I'll learn C then move onto C#. But I do this k that learning C would help a lot. Like you said, I should start off easy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattking45 View Post
    So I think I'll learn C then move onto C#. But I do this k that learning C would help a lot. Like you said, I should start off easy.
    You should probably learn how to google things first.

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