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Approach to learning .NET?

had just completed my Bachelors in Computer Science, I Know c and C++. Now I need to learn

C# for my Job work but I don't know anything about .net and c#. I want to know that whether i

am required to learn C# and .net both or alone C# or .Net. What basically .Net is? Please

suggest a book for .Net and c#

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Has been addressed here : programmers.stackexchange.com/questions/73001/… –  eminemence Apr 25 '12 at 7:29

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I think books are nice, but web tutorials are way better.

I think web tutorials focus about teaching you one step at a time while working and implementing this subject, instead of just reading about sub-subjects one after one.

some examples: MSDN, C# Station.

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