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Old October 11th, 2003, 03:24 PM
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Hi Guys and Gals,

This forums are great and i learned a lot thanks to you all.

Being a reader of Wrox books as many of you are one cant help but think how useful it would be to have .. guess what .. a computer version of your favourite wrox book,
that would be ultra convenient wouldn`t it? When you want to apply a programming technique to your application you just do a search of your desired code in the book and you enrich your web site ...

I`ve heard about WroxBase.com but obviously there are some problems with it, its not online.

My question here: is there a good soul that would be so kind to tell me where i can download a computer version of my wrox book if thats possible,
thank you guys

Titles i bought are
Beginning ASP.NET with C#
Beginning ASP.NET Databases with C#

John Jovich

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I don't think there is a section that you can download the whole entire book. However, you can download the code in the book from:

www.wroxbase.com

or

www.wrox.com

both point to the Wrox main index page. Just choose "Book List" from the links at the top of the page and select your book from there. If in fact you can download the whole entire book I would like to know.

Jason

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