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[C#] moving to C#...

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I'm currently working on converting my C++ / Delphi codebase to managed C#.NET...

I'm wondering if anybody here is moving along the same lines... has anything to offer?
I'd like to open up a discussion :)

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Well, C# is very much simelar to c++. Some even compare the syntax closely to Java/J#.
The two biggest differences between C# and C++, are that C# doesn't use pointers, and it natively supports properties.
There a lot of books about C#, so it's just a matter of spending some bucks on one of them, I recommend Sams Teach Yourself C# in 21 Days. Sams books has always been great.
That's all you get from me :)

I recently made a switch from VB6 to VB.NET, and I must admit, I hate the VS.NET interface, can't get used to it. But the code-writing is great though!
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