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GeneralRe: Hello, I have a question. Can I design programs with a graphical interface in C#, Dot Net Core technology, and these programs work on the DOS operating system, such as Norton Ghost Bragg? Thank you. Pin
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GeneralRe: Hello, I have a question. Can I design programs with a graphical interface in C#, Dot Net Core technology, and these programs work on the DOS operating system, such as Norton Ghost Bragg? Thank you. Pin
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GeneralRe: Hello, I have a question. Can I design programs with a graphical interface in C#, Dot Net Core technology, and these programs work on the DOS operating system, such as Norton Ghost Bragg? Thank you. Pin
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If you want to improve your C# skills then randomly asking "what should I learn next" isn't the best way: there is just too much stuff in there.

At it's heart, C# is a pretty simple language, but it's tightly integrated with the .NET framework which is frankly enormous. While variables and classes are part of C#, Lists and such like aren't - they are part of the framework. And while C# and C++ look pretty similar they really aren't, they are very different languages, which can use the same framework but don't have to - C++ doesn't need to use .NET at all!
So "learning C# to get better at C++" isn't really a brilliant idea because you are learning stuff that isn't relevant and may not be transferable.

It may be easier to learn how to think like a developer in C# because it's a lot more forgiving and the .NET framework adds a hugely rich set of support classes but learning specific features isn't the way to do it as they are probably not transferable to "vanilla" C++

What I'd suggest is this: if you want to learn a language then go on a course, or get a book and learn that language. Don't try to learn "X" in the hope it'll make "Y" work as well because it won't - like learning to fly a drone won't teach you to fly a helicopter!
That applies to C# and C++.
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