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C# Coding Topic

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sven_engelen
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12 Nov 2015 21:54

So i wanted to start a new topic about coding in C#. This is also related to my school so here you can ask your questions and show your projects (even ets2 related :P)

So i will start off:
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I've made a mod loader for mappers of the dutch map to move all the mods except for tdm. I'm not finished yet but it's something :P

What do you think?
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12 Nov 2015 22:26

So far had experience coding C/C++ in cmd prompt only, no graphical interface.

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13 Nov 2015 00:42

I can only do python and am learning java :P
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13 Nov 2015 07:24

pauliaxz wrote:So far had experience coding C/C++ in cmd prompt only, no graphical interface.
Same here.. I never made a GUI.


This would be cool, even if you make it in English or even multi-language.
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13 Nov 2015 09:38

^^ I'm learning C# with a user interface at school so it can become very handy actually...

So this also helps me with my 3 year education :D
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13 Nov 2015 10:19

I've used C++ at school to program PIC's and EEPROMs. I'm also capable of programming Assembly, BASIC, C/C++, PICBASIC.

I've only learned Assembly and BASIC at school, the rest I've learned myself. Just for fun. (Just as HTML, CSS, JS and PHP).

But I now need to refresh myself if I wanna do it again... Been some time ago :P
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13 Nov 2015 11:20

Some of the internal tools we use at ProMods I've created in VIsual C#
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13 Nov 2015 14:56

I've learned C++ and it's very interesting for me (even though I've made just some simple programs).
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13 Nov 2015 14:58

I started learning C# two months ago, I'm really pleased so far. It's somewhat a mix between C++ and Delphi, so it's really useful. I've made a very simple web browser recently, but it lacks features, lol.

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I'm thinking about starting to work with SQL databases in C#, got some nice ideas.
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15 Nov 2015 00:04

I've never used C#. All of my programming over the past 15 years has been in C++/GDI+ and/or D3D. Other languages I've used in the very far past include COBOL, SNOBOL, Fortran IV, assembly, and RPG (even though it's not really a "language" as much as a report generator).

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