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I'm hoping to teach myself C#.

The last bit of programming I explored was "QBasic"...... so..... I'm approaching this as if I know nothing.

I learn best by viewing examples with explanations, although I can struggle through reading explanations.

Do you have any suggestions for material, books, sites, or other that I should look at using to learn?

I prefer free, but then again, who doesn't? I can be realistic and pay a bit if required.

Please note, I don't live in a place that offers courses, internet is not greatly reliable, and I don't have an instructor, so anything I use will have to be pretty basic to start.

Thanks for any suggestions, thoughts, comments etc.

:o)

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Not sure about 4.0 but I read the "C# 3.0 in a nutshell" books and I thought they were very helpful. I know the books arent' free but total its like $50
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This might be a good free starting point.  

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/vcsharp/default
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