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    Yet another new forum!

    Again, you asked and we listened...we now have a forum devoted to .NET, so you don't have to post in the ASP forums any longer unless you're talking about old school ASP.

    Welcome to the forum!

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    wow Scott, you really listen to us all great job again, I think this will be getting some action quickly.

    It looks as if Peo is already all over the forum in as little time

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    AWWW YEA!!!! Ok, now lets do a flip flop, I move that I be made mod of this forum and buntine the mod of the asp forum since he is an asp man

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    I had the idea of you coming here, and then leave it up to scott or someone to do something about the old asp forum

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    One question though... Why isn't it under the "Scripting" header, where the other server-side scripting forums are?
    -Dan

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    .NET technologies are mostly not scripting. ASP.NET and VB.NET would be considered full-bodied programming languages. They go much further than ordinary scripting languages do.

    Yer, i will mod the classic ASP forum. Its my language

    By the way, good job on the forum addition.
    Last edited by buntine; 04-20-2004 at 03:35 AM.

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    yep vb.net and c# can make compiled programs. vbscript does not do much more then asp classic, its other uses are thin in numbers.

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