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Many programmers have turned to C# for its powerful features, ease of use, and ability to write a wide variety of applications, including console (command-line) programs, Windows applications, and web services. The C# language is derived from C and C++ and shares many features and syntax rules with these programming languages. But Microsoft added new and improved features to C# to make it easier to use than its predecessors. Many of these new features are similar to those found in the Java language. If you’ve had experience with C, C++, or even Java, you should recognize several similarities in the structure of programming statements, such as variable declarations, if statements, and loops.

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Introduction to Programming Concepts 
Introduction to Visual C# .NET Programming 
Intermediate Visual C# .NET Programming 
Advanced Topics in Visual C# .NET: Data Access