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The book I am reviewing has turned out to be perfect: I now understand OOP quite clearly as implemented by C# and I love debugging step by step the code which comes with the book. It makes everything so clear.
the book makes sure every single line of code is explained. I am now adding my own comments, step by step into the code (can't rely much any more on the old neurons) and feel I am progressing quite steadily. Isn't this what a beginner's book should be about?
Make sure to comment a copy of the code since for some reason, a nasty "Error CS0501 'Program.Main(string)' must declare a body because it is not marked abstract, extern, or partial" has begun appearing in the code :(
Will keep updating this post.
Update: Although I was aware of it, I failed to mention that the error mentioned above had nothing to do with the author's code -which presents no mistake that I am aware of - but rather came from my fiddling with the code. The error disappeared without explanation:)
I even contacted Jamie, the author, who is extremely personable and actively involved in making any improvements to make this the best publication on the market.
If you are going to get a first book on C#, I would put this at the top of the list. Until I read this book I was thinking of writing my own because of the huge incompetence or indifference as to accuracy, etc. that I have found in other entry-level publications to C#. Like I said, I am a novice, but I still thought I could write a better book than others have done - until Jamie's book.
Of course, you are not going to learn C# Well in One Day - perhaps if you have a photographic memory or better. So, perhaps the title is misleading. Don't let the title throw you off though. It is a great publication.
The examples are important. You can't learn a programming language without doing them. The gray cells work best when keying in code and discovering where you screwed up.
At the beginning of the book a web page address is given to download some examples and notes. You need to register but you won't get junk mail.