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Default Visual Basic .Net Business Objects Source Download

Hi there,
I have purchased expert one-on-one Visual Basic .Net Business Objects written by Rockford Lhotka , and would like to download the source code for the examples init. Currently they seem to be eluding me? I have looked in the downloads section it does not appear to be in there ? Does anybody know where I could find this Source code ? It would be much appreciated :)
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http://p2p.wrox.com/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=4112

PLEASE read this post before asking for code. One of the things it says is to contact Apress.

Perhaps you should go to the Apress website like it says.

Here is your code: http://support.apress.com/books.asp?bID=1861007264&s=0

Thank you.

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Hi Snib,
I will read more carefully next time,
Thanks and Regards,
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I vote for pre-moderation.


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Hi, I tried getting the errata for the Wrox edition of "Expert one-on-one Visual Basic Business Objects", but didn't find it on this web site. Can anyone helpe me with this?

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Please read:
http://p2p.wrox.com/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=268
under the heading:
"What happened to the code downloads for the other Wrox books"

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