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Posted on 2006-06-03
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Hello experts:

I need your advice on some reading material for Visual C++.NET 2005.  I'd like to purchase a reference book, like a Microsoft Press, specifically for the newer 2005 version.  It seems that are many changes from 2003, yet very little documentation for 2005, and since I'm a rather new developer to 2005, it gets frustrating when you find an excellent coding example and it doesn't work in 2005 [unless you make minor changes].

Any suggestions for a good book on C++.NET 2005?
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