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For Windows UI applications, yes, .NET is definitely what you should use.

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Unless you are aiming to go cross-platform. But, for windows, yes, I guess so. Atleast for UI programming that is.

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anyone know of any good tutorials,
cuz this book aint smooth at all, and google seems to bring up alot of garbage

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heres a quote from this website,

http://www.gotdotnet.com/team/cplusplus/

Visual C++ .NET enables developers to create powerful applications using the C++ language. With traditional unmanaged C++, developers can continue to create powerful C++ applications for Windows. With the new Managed Extensions for C++, developers can .NET-enable their existing applications or create new .NET-enabled applictions using the C++ language.



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