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sujeev
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.NET

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07-07-2011 05:53 AM

hi

 

where can i get a tutorial for .NET. I am completely new to this program.

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arcticad
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Re: .NET

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sujeev
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Re: .NET

07-07-2011 06:29 AM in reply to: arcticad

thanks....but i was looking for an easy and simple tutorial as i am absolute beginer for this program. All i wanted is to get a start.

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Hallex
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Re: .NET

07-07-2011 06:55 AM in reply to: sujeev

Take alook at this page:

http://through-the-interface.typepad.com/through_the_interface/2006/07/page/2/

then scroll down to:

July 03, 2006
Getting started with AutoCAD and .NET

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michael.robertson
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Re: .NET

07-07-2011 07:27 AM in reply to: sujeev

Are you new to .NET programming or new to using .NET for Programming AutoCAD?

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sujeev
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Re: .NET

07-07-2011 07:29 AM in reply to: michael.robertson

i am totally new to .NET programming. i am familiar with autolisp. i thought .NET will be much better than lisp.

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dgorsman
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07-07-2011 08:08 AM in reply to: sujeev

"Better" is very subjective.  Faster to execute, depends on what you are doing.  Faster to write code, no.  More powerful, yes.  But to get that power there is a much higher level of complexity and greater restrictions on doing things the right way.  "With great power comes great responsibility." ... like properly handling exceptions.

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