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wat is difference between Asp.net and ASp
and how we configure the the IIS in vs1.x and create website

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There's a pretty big difference between the two. A quick google search should yield quite a few results.

In short:

ASP: Always-dynamically compiled, weakly-typed, non-managed web scripting engine using VBScript (typical) or JavaScript.

ASP.NET: Optionally pre-compiled, strongly-type, managed web development framework based on the .NET framework using many .NET languages (C#, J#, VB.NET, etc.).

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