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I have VS.net set up on my system. The only trouble is I am learning asp.net from wrox. They tell me to do it in Notepad. This is working fine. But I would like to use VS.net as I am looking at going for my MCSD.Net shortly and would like to get ahead start. Please tell me if it is worth me doing my asp in VS. Or if I do it in notepad would I still be able to pass my ASP.Net exam or do you need knowledge of VS.Net to pass the exam

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I don't know the details of the exam, but I would imagine that the exam doesn't cover details about using VS.net unless it's a VS.net exam.

Ask yourself this...
If you had to move a barge, you could use a tug boat, or you could just tie a rope around your waist and pull it by swimming. Swimming would move it...eventually, but wouldn't you rather use a tugboat?

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Buddy you seem to have a way with words. Thanks very much and I will start using the VS.

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