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Hi. I''m new here, so be gentle please :-) I''m an accomplished vbscript coder who''s in the process of looking into game development. I''ve looked with interest at a lot of the tutorials on this website, but I can''t help wondering if I should be programming in .NET rather than in ''unmanaged'' c++ as I imagine .NET will be easier to learn (from a vbscript background at least). I''ve previously downloaded the DirectX8 SDK, but the new DirectX 9 SDK includes reference to managed DirectX hence my query of learing game programming in .NET (since I''m a new starter anyway - I figure it makes sense to learn the new ''language''). I''m downloading the 9.0a SDK as I type, so some of these questions might be answered in there, but I''d appreciate your opinions. Many Thanks, David.

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I say you go for .net if you have already bought, if you haven''t then go for unmanaged... Like Dev-C++... I use .net and love it.


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