Want to start VB .Net, How To?

Posted on 2002-05-07
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Hi experts,
I want to start learning VB .Net

Can any one give me a good resource i.e., a free one that is available on the net.

thanks in adv.
Question by:msali
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Have a look here

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Joe_Griffith earned 200 total points
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This site has tutorials from Microsoft and is pretty good if you are looking for answers to specific programming problems: http://gotdotnet.com/

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