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Best course of action to learn C++ .Net

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Hello Experts,

I am intermediate level C++ programmer and interested in learning Visual C++ .Net

Can someone please tell me the best course of action and recommend a book?

Thanks!!

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Buy a book.

I would recommend:

Visual C++.NET: A Beginner's Guide (With CD-ROM) by Herb Schildt
Visual C++.NET for Dummies (With CD-ROM)

Hope that helps!

Varun
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