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#1
[Originally posted by pass2050]

The first book was WF programming with C# for Mr.Erik Brown. i liked it so
much and when i knew that Author response Readers Questions i smilie smilie smilie a
lot. I was happy for that.

Wrox Press is died now (because they cancel the Customer Support for the books)
and almost all thier books have typos and Tech errors .

So it's time for another publishing to take the place (like Manning) smilie
You are a great author and i hope that you will write another book on .NET but
please select C# or VB.NET smilie

Michael
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#2
Re: Great Book
[Originally posted by alan]

Michael,

Thanks for the kind words. Did you have a question?

Alan
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#3
Re: Great Book(yes i do)
[Originally posted by pass2050]

Microsoft will release VS.NET 2003 so do i will be able to use your book on it.
something i don't understand VS.NET contain V C#.NET right ?

so what's the different between VS.NET and VS.NET 2003 ? still contain C#
right ?
Michael
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#4
Re: Great Book(yes i do)
[Originally posted by alan]

Visual Studio 2003 targets version 1.1 of the .NET framework. The concepts
covered in the book are as relevant as ever. VS 2003 includes VB .NET and C#
along with J# (covered in the last chapter of my book).