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It depends what you mean by 'from 0'. If you have C++ experience it may not be necessary to start right from the bottom. The most interesting one I have read, though a little advanced, is Accelerated C# 2010 by Trey Nash. That said, I rarely use C# these days as i have jumped ship to Java and JavaScript / PHP, so I may not be the best person to ask! The hardest part of C# to learn, in my experience, is delegates and the above book explains these well. In fact i never understood delegates at all until I read Trey's book. personally, though, I prefer the way Java handles events, I find this more intuitive.
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