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Old January 29th, 2007, 06:38 PM
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I am so stupid and I do not know where to start with ASP if someone could show me where to start I would do anything for him.

I like to anything for a man.

thank you

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A good place to start is buying a Wrox ASP.NET book such as:
Beginning ASP.NET 2.0:

Wrox's Visual Web Developer 2005 Express Edition Starter kit:

buy one of these and you'll learn what you need and you'll have already done everything for me that you need to. Good luck!

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It takes time to learn anything.

You have to start with the basics, as they say. If you have a computer, and know how to do basic computer things (like saving files, creating directories, running programs, etc) and plenty of time to study - then you can learn to program to some degree. If it turns out you have a talent for it - then you might be able to become very good at it.

So where to start? If you want to learn ASP programming you will probably need to learn VBScript. If you want to learn ASP.NET - you'll probably be learning VB.NET or C#. There are free versions of Visual Studio available for download (depending on licensing rules) and if you have access to being able to do that - it could be the way to start. Otherwise - learning VBScript isn't all that hard - one little step at a time.

Once started it is a never ending path.

Woody Z

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