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Default Does this book include VB and C# flavours?

Hi,

I'm creating my own web start-up so I'm coming out of retirement (aka management) and getting back into development. I've got some .net experience (from about 7 years ago) but the bulk of my experience is in VB6 (using Rockford Lhotkas CSLA) and classic ASP.

My question is - does this book provide code samples for both VB and C#? Will it make a difference to the speed at which I learn? I'd rather not have to learn C# if I don't really need to and if there is no VB in this book it's probably not right for me.

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Unfortunately, the code in the book is only available in C#.
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Thanks for the info Brad. I figure I'll have a learning curve with either flavor so I'll trust that the quality of the information and examples in the book will justify the switch to C#.
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