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Hi, I'm about to start learning ASP.NET and was wondering whether to do it with VB or C#? I'm not entirely sure what the differences are?

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Well, first I will tell you that you should pick whatever language you are more comfortable with because, as far as functionality is concerned, they do the same thing albeit minor differences.

From a professional standpoint C# developers are in greater demand then VB develpoers (ASP.NET and Desktop wise). I think it is benifical to know both languages but again it is merely what you are more comfortable with.

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In voice ,I prefer

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