GDI+ Programming in C# and VB.Net Nick Symmonds
It wasn't bad – your typical programming course, and I've had my fair share of those. Application Development Using C# and .NET: http://vig.pearsoned.com/samplechapter/013093383X.pdf. CAD Import .NET for Compact Framework allows: - Viewing of AutoCAD( tm) DWG/DXF, Windows High speed for reading all formats - CAD Import .NET for Compact Framework implements quick and exact reading of DXF and DWG files and manipulating them using Windows GDI+ interface. A couple semesters ago, I took a college Visual Basic class. I'm at a point where I'm starting to get tired of the ridiculous rectal discomfort that constitutes designing and coding a GDI window w/controls, etc. Page 1 of 2 - Should I learn .NET for making design tools? C style languages/programmers is usually considered more serious than VB and easier to get jobs. - posted in General Programming: Hello. Some new programmers also think C# is an easier way to learn before C++. GDI+ Programming in C# and VB.NET: http://www.apress.com/ApressCorporate/supplement/1/107/159059035X-534. I need to be C# and VB.net are the main languages for it although there is a C++ dialect/port/superset/whatever and F# as 2 other microsoft made languages. CAD Import .NET for Compact Framework is a small API for AutoCAD DWG manipulation and DXF file formats in C#, VB.NET and other .NET programming environments. I liked VB.Net, because it was easy, and had a nice, clean object-oriented syntax.