C# online tutorials

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  1. Tk

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    something that shows how to do loops, conditional statements, arrays, yada yada yada... basically something that just shows me how to do everything. i had some links from awhile back but i must not have saved them right in my favorites :mad:
     
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    I am guessing you dont have access to the MSDN?
     
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    actually, yes, i do. my company gets an update on one or possibly two microsoft things a month, one of them is MSDN. ill have to find the link to install it on my machine. whats all offered in it? code samples and documentation, im guessing?
     
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    Thinking about the project we talked about yesterday, you also might want to look into XML and Web Services. You could use them in small amounts throughout your application. Nothing too deep in either, but basics of the XmlDocument, XmlTextWriter, and XmlTextReader objects and the basics around Web Services. You can get most of that from Google or trial and error. I spend most of this past weekend working with the XML libraries in .NET. I'm still hung on deleting a Node within my XML file.
     
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    yes, i worked with XML a bit at the end of last year, just playing around with it... reading / writing settings in vb.net. i like it a lot more than *.ini files, and i think its a bit easier than hogging up the registry. what exactly are 'web services'?

    oh, and the msdn subscription is a quarterly thing, not monthly... just to correct my previous statement.
     
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    From a super high level, Web Services are pieces of logic (think dll) exposed to the Internet. My suggestion would be to go into VS.NET and create one. It will create a Hello World example for you. Run that and maybe deploy it if you have a second box. You'll get a better understanding of it through practice. ;)
     
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    SLED build an idiot proof device and someone else will

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    gotdotnet.com has some good example apps and stuff.
     
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    1/4 the way done with installation of VS.Net... that took a half hour :sad2:

    network installations suck
     
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    thanks sled, awesome site :)
     
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    SLED build an idiot proof device and someone else will

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    haha, network install or not, that fucker always takes me 45min to an hour
     
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    Yeah, it always takes forever to install. I'm still trying to figure out if I can uninstall 2002 after installing the 2003 upgrade. Judging from the Add/Remove Programs and the way the app is organized, it looks like 2002 and 2003 are seperate from each other. I'm just amazed 2003 was only 2 main disks and 1 prereq disk. :dunno:
     
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    yes, they are seperate from each other. I uninstalled 02 before upgrading to the final. Everything seems to be working ok so far :x:
     
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    Did you have 3 CDs for 2003?
     
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    yeah, i think it was 3 excluding the prerequisites?

    I do know it was a few cd's less than the previous versions
     
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    Well I just uninstalled 2002 Enterprise and all of the J# stuff I had downloaded. 2003 Professional is workin fine. :cool:
     
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    loop : for(*type* *var*=*initilized number*;*var*<*max*;*var*++ or *var*--){}
    array: *type*[] *name* = new *type*[*length*];
     
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