Difference is huge, its really another language rather than an upgrade to VB6.
I would advise to start on .NET rather than learn VB6.
The big thing you will be missing out on is that companies using VB
.NET have probably got lots of code written in VB6, meaning that it will be a distinct advantage if you can maintain the current VB6 code as well as develop using VB
Also, an understanding of VB6 will probably help you with VB6/vb
Hope that helps :D
quote:Originally posted by mohsinali
Is it right to skip VB6 and starting VB.NET as there is a lot diffrence b/w the two sisters?
Also let me what I will be missing if I skip VB6?