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    C# Tutorial

    In addition to the pascal tutorial I will also be writing a C# tutorial and would like to know your comments about that.

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    any tutorial is welcome as long as it is not copied from someone else

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    I'm taking a C++ class right now and I'm doing okay in it but i would like to know a little bit more of an understanding about it. Like after the teacher explains the program and i see the finish copy i'm like oh thats easy so i just need it broked down more. So if the tutorial can be anything like that it sounds good.

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    Hickman, if you need any help, feel free to ask anyone here, even me. And mikem, I'll read it
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    nor look through the eyes of the dead...You shall listen to all
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    that would be a nice work.Carry on.
    Naga Raju Peddisetty,
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    hickman im not talking about c++ im talking about c# or c-sharp

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    mike, MemorY said that any tut is welcome as long is it is not copied. This is not true. Make sure you do a search in the tut database to make sure that your topic has not been covered. There maybe C# tuts, but make sure that yours is more in depth or covers something the other tuts did not. If you do just make the same old tut, you might get flamed and even negged.

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    mike, MemorY said that any tut is welcome as long is it is not copied. This is not true.
    ??? Now plagarism is ok?? I think you need to read what it says bellow Tutorials Forum a little bit more closely...take a look:
    The Tutorials Forum
    Original tutorials written about a variety of subjects.
    Notice the word "Original"...copied tutorials are NOT original therefore they are NOT allowed. So, MemorY is correct

    I would suggest that you edit your post before people decided to neg...
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    I will not edit my post becuz I stand by my statement. I did not mean you to take that as you can copy someone elses work. If you read the rest of my post you would know I was talking bout searching to make sure that no one else had already covered what you will talk about.

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    A c# tutorial would be great, Im actually thinking about entering a university competition for next semester and the projects have to be either in VB or C# and since I have such a strong basis on C++ already I said, well time to start with C# jeje anyways 1000 thanx in advance
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