.NET for Visual FoxPro Developers
by Kevin McNeish
Publisher: Hentzenwerke Publishing 2002
Number of pages: 508
This book provides a strong overview of the .NET Framework and the C# and Visual Basic .NET languages, helping you to assess these new technologies through the lens of Visual FoxPro. The author provides plenty of "how to", "step-by-step" and "best practices" information that will help you climb the .NET learning curve and get up and running quickly.
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