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VB6.0 to VB.Net

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I was wondering if I might get one of you experts to explain to me the main differences between VB6.0 and VB.Net. Thanks,

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by:HotwuTest
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Perhaps you could be a little more specific with the information you would like to see.
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Éric Moreau earned 50 total points
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in short VB.Net is a new language. Full OO featured.
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:) that was very short
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