Review: Murach's C# 2005
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by Anand Narayanaswamy
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I wonder why the publisher has specified code listings as figures. I feel that it will sometimes create confusion among readers. With the help of the book, a learner can easily dissect source codes since relevant explanations are provided along with the code itself in the form of Notes marked with square brackets. You will find this statement absolutely true if you go through some of the pages on the book.

I would recommend the author to include multiple choice questions at the end of each chapter so that computer training centers can use the book as a course material for imparting training for their students. However, the author has provided exercises at the end of each chapter and I hope it will be of great benefit to students. If you would like to learn ASP.NET 2.0 using C# then you should buy Murach's ASP.NET 2.0 Web Programming with C# 2005 instead. I would like to emphasize that the title of the book will possibly create confusion among readers. It should be either Murach C# 2.0 or Murach Visual C# 2005. I hope the publisher will think about this comment deeply.

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