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Suggest me the VB-Network programming Books . i want most detailed one
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"Pure Visual Basic" by Dan Fox, SAMS publishing.

"Visual Basic Unleashed" by Scott Shannon Font, Hatfield, et al, SAMS publishing.

"Visual Basic Secrets" by Harold Davis, IDG Books



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"Visual Basic Developer's Guide to Asp and Iis", by A. Russell Jones, Sybex Publishing

"Visual Basic for Network Applications", by Simon Collin



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Browse several for free at http://www.informit.com
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