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Old 03-12-2006, 08:21 AM   #1
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c# tutorials


hello all, im interested in learning c# ive done a little c++ but ive learnt that you can code the same thing faster in c#. however all the tutorials that ive found are on the .net c#, is there any tutorials on just c# and will gcc compile c# programs?, or would i be better off sticking with c++? cheers
 
Old 03-12-2006, 04:54 PM   #2
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Bear with me as I answer this.

I would definatly say you should learn C# I currently program with it and love it. First you need to get mono from http://www.mono-project.com That is the class library that is based on an ecma standard of .net from microsoft. The good thing about that is that you can do any of the C# tutorials for .NET and compile it with mcs compiler from mono, except for Windows forms that is a little ways off. For gui apps you can use GTK# which are very good bindings for GTK+. You need to be sure to have mono installed.

In recap.

Get mono from http://www.mono-project.com
do a few tutorials off of there
you can follow most any C# .NET tutorials becuase it is backwards compatible with mono.
Last but not least have fun.
 
Old 03-12-2006, 05:24 PM   #3
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perfect answer, nice one just what i was looking for apart from one other thing, im running gentoo and at the moment monodevelop is under hardmask(unstable versions) and so is the eclipse ide, i can use these but they are unstable and im not sure that i want to install unstable software, i also like vim but would i be better off using monodevelop or eclipse or should i stick with vim? what do you use? and what would you recomend? cheers
 
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I use monodevelop almost exclusivly sometime after a fresh install and i don't have time to install monodevelop i use vim. I suggest monodevelop.
 
  


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