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    mmmmhhhmmmm...

    you're really into MS stuff and you buy into whatever they say without a backward glance, dontcha? this from the person who says that if you just follow people your life will amount to nothing, right?

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    thats so true...

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    This is a serious issue here and it will benefit many people. Please do not be so childish on this thread. Keep it clean. I'd be happy to talk trash on another thread.
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    The place to get help on c# is at the "Evil Empire's Programming Board" www.codeguru.com

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    >p Also, you will be able to afford VS.NET. There will be a free version just as there is a free version of VC++6<
    >I'm refering to introductory editions, such as VC++6.0 that have been available for some time now. <

    Um, one thing about those introductory editons, the reqire the compiler to work, or a message box pops up telling you it was made in VS.Net

    That is not profesinal.
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    Java was meant to be a proprietary, cross-platform, object-oriented language.
    C# is meant to be a proprietary, cross-platform, object-oriented language.
    The difference is that Java was made by Sun and C# is made by Microsoft. That's what is meant by "replacing Java"

    It appears that you are the only person who is concerned enough with C# to consider a forum worthwhile. If anyone else is interested, say so.
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    Here you go. Look at Visual Studio.NET accademic version. Comming out by the end of the year:

    http://www.codeguru.com/announcement...TAcademic.html

    I would also like to see a C# board here.

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    Cool

    There you are, an academic version is on the way. It sounds quite good to me.

    Microsoft his preparing for I64 technology. This is a major strategy of .NET. I don't think that Microsoft is all that concerned about Java. They have their own plans. Visual C++ is going to be history because it will be replaced by C#. The elements that make up .NET will become more apparent in the near future. Microsoft is upgrading it's technology, you can not stop that from happening. The .NET framework is built right into the operating system starting with WinXP. If you don't like a C# board than don't use it. Why try to restrict other peoples freedom? .NET is going to be popular, it is exciting new technology and it is totally unrepresented here at cprogramming.com. I think that is an aweful shame.

    Also, I am not surprised that Linux adherents do not want to see C# encroach upon Java user territory, mainly because they cheat, however what is done is done. You now have a Linux board. Why don't you concentrate on that?

    I'm sure that everyone knows that if a C# board was created than it would attract a lot of attention. This is the time to take advantage of 98% of operating system technology because here we have a new board. I mean, DOS does not even exist in a strict sense any more and there is a board for it. Windows programming will be replaced by C# because VC++ is not the native language of .NET. There is every reason to invest in a C# board and not to wait because literature has been released, the betas are now available to the public.


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    Question ummm....

    Um, serious issue? Dean; it's programming. Not even that, but a strange new language that microsoft has invented which isn't even really new, it's just a combo of C++ and JAVA created to further tighten their stranglehold on the computer market. No, I don't really have anything against MS, and I think that Linux is mostly a joke. I could care less about C# or VS.NET. I'll continue my programming with windows in C and bet you that I'll most likely never have to learn C#. I may learn C# and JAVA as more of a curiosity than to get any real programming done.

    I think that Dean makes you laugh harder than anyone else here (even if he is trying to be serious...). I mean, you must have a golden idol of Bill Gates on your dresser, dontcha?

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    Visual C++ is going to be history because it will be replaced by C#.
    So not only are Microsoft trying to kill Java, but they're going to abandon there implementation of C++ in an effort to kill C++ aswell. That's news to me, the bastards.

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    I can directly see the positive results of the knowledge that I have acquired by comming here. I think that there will be plenty of great programmers come out of this place.
    i hadn't read the entire thread, but so far as this goes, i couldn't agree more! i've learned (and continue to learn) _so_ much. thanks you guys!
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    This is a good place to learn. That's why it would be nice to be able to stay here. I'm currently spending time on C++ and will do so for the next 8 months, but I'll also be looking at C#. The board selection here is very old. You still have DOS. At one time I figured that I would move onto Windows next but it will also be obsolete. That means that there will not be any place to go here, everything being too far behind technology.
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    >I also promise to become more pleasant<

    >...and don't be a prick.<

    And will the real witch_what please stand up!

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    Witch_King: I have a Visual Studio.NET Forum
    set up at flashdaddee.com. You
    are certainly welcome (as you are
    here) to post there. (More shame-
    less advertising.)
    What you could do is encourage other
    C# advocates you know of to post
    there. Who knows, a little spark
    might make a big fire, dude.

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    If you want to do real shameless advertising Rick, than make your website URL part of your signature that will show up underneath every post you make.

    I'll keep an eye on your website and make a few visits but for now this place gets a lot more traffic. That's why I want this Webmaster to recognize the need to a .NET board.
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