Hello all, I'm new to C#, and have spent the last few days fiddling with Visual C# Studio Express 2005. I've learned a little programming in the past - took a FORTRAN class last year at college, though procedural medium-level languages and high-level visual languages are obviously very (very) different. I'd like to think I've learned some good practices - our tutor learned to program on PDP-8s, so he's very much like "Remember to deallocate that array space, memory isn't free you know!". I'm liking the explicitness of C#, all the variable types are very clear and unambiguous; I wouldn't be worried about misusing these... ...Ahem. So yes, my question is: Recommend a C# book with lots of example assignments for someone of my level.