How to create a serch as you type liek the google search using asp.net + vb.net

I want to create an application that will prompt users with words while they type as in google website. I want to do this using asp.net. Can anybody show me a sample code.
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SoLostCommented:
You should check out the AJAX Toolkit for ASP.NET

Below is a sample of the AutoComplete :

http://www.asp.net/ajax/ajaxcontroltoolkit/Samples/AutoComplete/AutoComplete.aspx

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nalla_btsCommented:
Here is quick video tutorial of using ASP.NET Ajax Toolkit - http://www.asp.net/learn/AJAX-videos/video-122.aspx
ClinLabsLISAuthor Commented:
This site had partial explanation and had link to another site which had the complete solution - http://www.vbknowledgebase.com/Default.aspx?Id=107&Desc=Asp-.Net-Ajax-AutoComplete-Textbox-with-Database
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