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    Vb.net

    OK, I know that VB.NET is a programming language derived from Visual Basic.

    What are some good websites to learn VB.NET?

    I believe one must have Win XP Pro (not Home) or Win 2000 to run from my home computer? What else would I need?

    Thanks alot!!

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    Vb.net is going to work on any windows nt os, including home. Asp.net on the other hand will only run on xp homne with mono or cassini though, IIS will not run on home. If vb.net only worked on pro osses no one would use it.

    www.4guysfromrolla.com is a good place to learn asp.net
    www.msdn.com is a good place for everything by ms

    But there are tons of good vb.net tutorials out there just a google away.

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    VB.Net is much faster than VB6 and its the future. vb.net is probably a good one to learn if you already know vb6. msdn is the best place to learn but a book on vb.net is better way to learn.

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    just about every bit of vb6 will move over to vb.net. Vb.net has a lot of extra features that are not backwards compadable. But all of your vb6 will carry over.

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    .NET is simply so advanced

    hai there

    many things are new in dot net like

    Recordset -------------> DataSet
    the advantage is that it can work in the disconnected environment also

    and XML compatiblity........ really power ful feature.....

    and many manything new

    so enjoy dotnet

    by

    austin

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