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  I'm already 22 years old, am I too old too learn VB 2005 well???:(

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You are kidding, of course.


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I'm 63, just short of dirt and getting into more advanced coding.
Never stop learning it keeps you young
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Yeah, that's pretty old. You should probably retire now, and make room for all the younger career professionals yearning to follow in your footsteps. (In case there is doubt, I, for one, [u]am</u> kidding.)
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What should be the best approach to learn vb except msdn?

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hi.

the book "Beginning Visual Basic 2005" will help you,
you can search and find it.

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