Where do I find a complete list of these functions

Posted on 2008-02-07
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One thing that confuses me is when to use which function and where to get a list of those functions. Like for adding a session they use Session.Add, now how'd I know what to use if I am a new vb.net programmer. Could someone guide me to the right path.
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aloyd18 earned 2000 total points
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This is where I get help from time to time... methods, sub procedures, and functions.


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Skim over Microsoft's Beginning Developer Center, and use the Object Browser and Help index

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