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Is there a good and quick ASP.NET with C# Tutorial Online

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I saw W3 Schools ASP learning material, however it is using VB. Can anyone point out a good guide similar to that using C# for ASP.NET. I have trouble outputting basic things onto a web page, because I do not no the methods available (for example to output php uses echo).

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also
http://www.asp.net/learn/
thats where i learned.
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Some of those logudotcome were VB tutorials im using C# and the www.asp.net is not really a quick tutorial. Is there anything similar to what W3 has in C# though.
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well, Asp.net is a wide subject, what do you need to do?
"have trouble outputting basic things onto a web page, because I do not no the methods available (for example to output php uses echo)."
in asp.net, the principle is different. Outputing HTML is the old way (classic asp).
the usual way of outputing text is putting a label or literal on the page and setting is text value in the code behind.
 
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.Net is Object Oriented (aka OO) programming, Classic ASP is not. I started with classic asp and found it very difficult to break the OO platform having no knnowledge of it.
My recommendation before you do anything, is try to get to grips with the concept of Object Oriented programming, and start at the beginning. You can buy some good books, even second hand ones from Amazon that can get you started. Online tutorials are good, but i always found preferred books for some reason because you know you are working toward something, instead of just doing a tutorial here and there. I still do tutorials now if i need to know something, but i have a firm grip of OO now.
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For example, you'll find that in ASP.net you wont be printing in your ASP any more so much, its a matter of binding and access controls defined on your page (as davrob60 has already stated).
Its more similar to Windows programming now because lets say you have a textbox on your page:
<asp:Textbox runat="server" id="txtMyBox" />
you might set it like this from your code behing:
txtMyBox.Text = "Hello World";
instead of the ASP inline approach:
<input type="textbox" name="txtMybox" value="<%="Hello World"%>"/>
C# has a very similar syntax to Javascript if you use that.
Here is a useful article that shows some comparisons between VB.Net and C#
http://aspalliance.com/625 
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Also see here, for C# tutorials for VB6 developers:
http://www.programminglearn.com/190/c-for-visual-basic-6-developers 
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I dont know why this was given a B, you gave no feedback to the responses, you stated that you needed in c# so we gave you suggestions.  Out of curiosity, without posting any feedback, what more do you want?!
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