Learning the basics of C#, advise books?


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Good afternoon.

Decided to learn something client.
About me:
Know is PHP, JavaScript
The Basics Of Ruby.

Want to learn how to work with C#
Two years ago I tried to write in C++, made a simple calculator in the console.

What advise books for understanding in C#. Preferably interested in Russian literature.

Thank you!
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A very good book for beginners www.ozon.ru/context/detail/id/5602592/
And then mandatory this is www.ozon.ru/context/detail/id/7425674/
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And if you speak English well, it is better to read the original.
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Here's a very worthy book: C# 4.0 in a Nutshell: The Definitive Reference
With Richter, I would not recommend to start. It is better to read a little later.
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Would recommend in conjunction these books:
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Trey Nash — C# 2010. Crash course for professionals.
What's good: quite deeply discusses the basics of C# enough to enter in the specifics of the language and CLR, the basics of good design. Affected more or less important things such as exception handling, arrays, collections, strings, delegates/lambdas, events, generics, multithreading.
There is a cupola with attempts to collect idioms in C#, it is useful длz beginners. In addition, the author is partial to functional programming and fairly examines the funds of the OP, which appeared in C# 3.0 (LINQ, lambda).
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Already mentioned Richter, who, in General, does not teach C#, but explains in detail the fine points of the platform .NET, which will sooner or later have to get hold of insight.
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Perhaps, in order "to quickly do this" a good choice would be the book Allen Jones, Adam Freeman — Visual CSharp 2010 Recipes. A Problem Solution Approach, there are possible questions are divided thematically into chapters posed the problem and given the solution, for example:
3-1. Create an Application Domain
5-1. Retrieve Information About a File, Directory, or Drive
6-2. Insert Nodes in an XML Document
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Also, there is a book called Anders Hejlsberg, Mads Torgersen, Scott Wiltamuth, Peter Golde — The C# Programming Language
This is, perhaps, a kind of specification, to read it was boring, but there are no comments dear people, why so, instead of edak, tips of all sorts. But this is advanced already, perhaps.
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Here is a very good book. If I am not mistaken, this is one of the creators of the language.
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Start reading Pro C# 2010 and the .NET 4 Platform, Andrew troelsen was, ed. Apress.
This book covers everything from language syntax, ending ASP.NET WPF.
Everything is available. For a beginner it's perfect.
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AFAIK only exists in English:
Charles Petzold ".NET Book Zero"
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Written simply enough entry-level English.
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The user magnitudo advised of Troelson.
\rQuickStudio, be sure to learn this book! It's like Ben Stroustrup for C++! If possible, buy or print it out and read far and wide. A more complete and understandable books I have not personally met.
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