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I actually was doing some games of a guide using unity but more using scripts in c# to run the game, i learn some basic things of the lenguage but i'm new in this world of programing. What i want is to know if there is somenthing that help me practice more or help me improve the poor knowledge that i have about programing in c#. I would appreciate any help.

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I found MSDN to be an invaluable resource when it comes to C#.
They have a well thought-out programming guide and list of simple tutorial programs, from Hello World to database handling.

MS developers network (has full standard lib documentation as well): https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/

Although Unity scripts run on Mono (.NET is the MS virtual machine and standard lib implementation), most of what you read here (close to everything) works the exact same way.

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Check out Codingame (https://www.codingame.com/home), there are game related problems (ranging from simple to very difficult) and you can use them to learn/improve your C# skills. Combine those exercises with standard MSDN materials, dotnetperls (http://www.dotnetperls.com/) for general C#, and I think you will get a good foundation.

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Get a book aimed at a beginner/intermidate user on the language and set aside 30 minutes daily.  Start at the beginning and just work your way through at your own pace.

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