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C# 6 for Programmers
Wednesday 30 Nov

Authors: Paul and Harvey Deitel
Publisher: Prentice Hall
Pages: 400

ISBN: 978-0134596327
Print: 0134596323
Kindle: B01KI6RG20
Audience: Intermediate programmers
Rating: 3
Reviewer: Ian Elliot
C# is undergoing a revival since going open source. Now is a good time to learn it.


 

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