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Publisher: amazedsaint.com 2011
Number of pages: 33
This book is intended to be a value adding reading material for beginner to intermediate C# programmers. It may also be used for accelerating the learning about new and upcoming features in C#, and also to get an introduction about new libraries in .NET.
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