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hi, is there somebody can give the the title best discuss both visual basic(6 and .net) and sql server 2k?
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Well, VB6 and VB .Net are two totally different animals.  I think the only books you're going to find on both subjects are upgrading from VB6 to .Net.  Dan Appleman has a book Moving from VB 6 to VB .Net.  I believe there are SQL Server example in there.

What do you need the book for?


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emm... i'll try to get a review of the book, anyway, getting vb.net is optional. the main thing is integration between vb 6.0 and sql 2k
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