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Pro C# 5.0 by Andrew Troelsen

This book is expensive for a reason… Its worth every penny. Possibly not the first C# book you will read if you are an absolute beginner (not all the way through), but it is very readable and explains everything you need to know very well.

View on amazon.co.uk: Pro C# 5.0 and the .NET 4.5 Framework (Expert’s Voice in .NET)

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