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Hi I did VB2005 and wanted to get a good book in ASP.NET 2.0.
I saw that the book of Marc Bellinaso was rated among the best in amazon.com, but the book says the code is written in C#. I would like to know if you think I will have difficulty following the code if I did not do C# but did VB2005

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One of our readers created a VB version of the book code project (TheBeerHouse) which you can download here:
http://www.wrox.com/WileyCDA/WroxTit...load_code.html
It should help you follow along even though the book examples are in C#

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In general, reading C# shouldn't be too difficult. Most programming logic is very similar, such as:

ForEach x As String In someStringCollection
   ...
Next

   vs.

foreach(string x in someStringCollection){
   ...
}

Most of the code you are going to see involves members defined by the .NET framework which will be the same across the CLR languages. Search for some .NET samples in C# and see if you can understand them. I think you'll find most of it to be fairly intuitive.

-Peter




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