[Mono-list] learning C# and mono: a good book?
Wed, 8 Jan 2003 19:22:44 -0700
Don't forget the nutshell book:
The chapter on development tools is MS -specific, however I think mono
is trying to be command-line compatible where possible. (please correct
me if I'm wrong). Also, substitute corlib.dll for mscorlib.dll in the
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> Well, I'm new too, but I've been working with the O'Reilly
> in C#" and the "thinking in C#"; and I think both are good,
> for begginers like you and me ( I suggest you first ).
> El mié, 08-01-2003 a las 05:43, Nimrod escribió:
> > Hi All,
> > Knowing that mono is too young to have lead to the writing of a good
> book on
> > C# programming for this platform, I was wondering if anyone on the
> > recomend a good book in English on C# that won't get in the way of
> > programming with the
> > language on the mono platform.
> > Any suggestions?
> > Your advice would be appreciated.
> > Thanks,
> > Matt
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