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Programming Home Projects with Visual C# Express

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PROGRAMMING HOME PROJECTS WITH VISUAL C# EXPRESS teaches Visual C# Express programming concepts while providing detailed step-by-step instructions to build many fun and useful projects. To grasp the concepts presented in PROGRAMMING HOME PROJECTS WITH VISUAL C# EXPRESS, you should possess a working knowledge of Windows and have had some exposure to Visual C# Express ...more
Paperback, 734 pages
Published February 13th 2013 by Kidware Software
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These lessons are a highly organized and well-indexed set of lessons in the Visual C# programming environment. They are written for the initiated programmer: the college or university student seeking to advance their computer science repertoire on their own, or the enlightened professional who wishes to embark on Visual C# coding for the first time. Skilled programmers and beginners alike benefit from the style of prese
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