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C# student who needs help, please

Nov 23, 2008 6:29AM PST

Do not know where to start with homework problem, writing a one-dimensional array in C#. Can anyone give me much needed help, I would greatly appreciate your efforts. Thanks, Rich

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Do the homework.
Nov 23, 2008 9:23AM PST

Use the text book and ask google.

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As plain as it sounds...
Nov 24, 2008 2:24PM PST

The text book is your best bet because it should discuss exactly what you're learning. I'm currently studying C++ and the text book and the teacher are my #1 guide.


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Re: C# student who needs help....
Jan 5, 2009 6:15PM PST

There should be an example of how to use C# as a scripting language in C++ somewhere in the .Net documentation. When applying this to apps that need scripting like selective browser cookie parses I would look for code from a .NET subscription, or a newsgroup like this one. I would say I'm rather good at C#, however I've decided to only use just a few features of the language, It's kind of nicer than C++ in my opinion.

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