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Old June 14th, 2004, 05:14 PM
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I'm working through a "Developing Web Applications with Visual Basic .NET and Visual C# .NET" book. The book has examples in both VB.NET and Visual C# .NET code.

I don't know how to flip/flop between both languages in the Visual Studio .NET Development Environment so I can play with both VB.NET and C#.NET code. Currently it's set to VB .NET.

What setting do I change to accomplish this? I looked in Tools, Options but couldn't find what I was looking for.

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Hello,

Create two separate projects, or possibly open two projects in the same solution. I don't believe you can use both in the same project. If you can, you probably set this at the page directive.

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Every Project support only one lang! & u can not have them together.

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And what does this have to do with ADO.NET?


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My guess is that the project is a project dealing with ADO.NET? Am I right Rita?
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Oops!

I saw ADO.NET but my brain registered ASP.NET.

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dear friends:
ADO & ASP are some things separate & Independent but maybe in same place!
[u]Remember</u> the ASP is not a language & its only a technology that can be used by a Script language to show & work on web.
BUT ADO is a technology to connect Servers & work with Data & ...

Im sure Im wont be good at describing these two much more & just suggest to see:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/de...ewofadonet.asp
http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/de...raspdotnet.asp


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