I'm currently learning C# (as many others are...) and the learning curve is steep. I'm eager to learn this language, so...here is my question ( i have to explain a bit, before i come to the point):
I have been reading a few books, forums and all of the more or less "famous" web sites on the topic, also have been "playing" around with a few short, sweet little programms (not the ugly "Hello World" thing), that had a good "satisfaction-effect". Now, im looking for a way to learn as much of the classes and methods that come with the library (it is said that .NET ships with over 4000 classes if im not wrong...)...i don't want to look up a book, etc. everytime i need to do something...just type that stuff and programm, almost knowing the necesary classes by memory! (Has somebody of you done this?)
Is there a good reference guide, site, etc. where i can find ALL of the METHODS that ship with .NET with the corresponding parameters and properties? Something like a good overview of: class a ----> has method a, b, c ----> method has the following properties that you can set: a, b, c, d and you can "feed" the method with the following parameters: x, y, z,...
I have the documentation installed and also the Class Library that ships with it (its very complete, BUT not very friendly to the user that want's to learn like i want).
Thanks, appreciate all your effort.