Re: Visual C# .NET: Standard Edition
Date: Thu, 25 Mar 2004 10:00:35 -0800
>Sure, there's nothing wrong with the standard edition of
Visual C# .Net. In
>fact, it's a great way to get your feet wet and see if
you like the
>product/language without having to spend the big bucks on
>..Net. There's actually a book that gives away the
standard edition along
>with the book, details can be found at:
>All you Microsoft Certifications needs at:
>25% off VUE Exam Voucher Number details at:
>> I want to learn Visual C# .NET and is it okay if I just
>> buy this software (Visual C# .NET: Standard Edition)
>> instead of the whole Visual Studio .NET?
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