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what language are Microsoft surface tablet applications written in? wpf?

Anyone know a good book about surface application development?
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WPF is a foundation, not a language. You can use WPF in C#.NET & VB.NET with .NET Framework 4.5. I am not certain if it was available in .NET 4.0 or not and I am not certain it is available in C++ unless you write .NET managed code.
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It would be normal Microsoft languages since the current versions run Windows 8.1 and include a version of Microsoft Office.  Here's a page about development for Surface: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee786837%28v=surface.10%29.aspx
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