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Hi,

I am an intermediate VB6 programmer. I want to start using .Net , Please help me by providing the best tutorial sites for my level to let me start with .Net easily, specialy showing the differences between  VB6 and .Net
and please advise me how to start learning it if possible.

Thanks in advance
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