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I just bought "Beginning web Programming using vb.net and Visual Studio .NET". but I could not find the code download section. can someone help me with it?

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I wonder how you intend to read the book- as you obviously have a challenge understanding simple instructions.

*ALL OVER* this web site is the answer to this question. On the FAQ, On Book Feedback page.. *AND ON THE DOWNLOAD CODE PAGE WHICH IS CLEARLY LINKED TO AT THE TOP OF EVERY PAGE ON WROX.COM*

.. Why buy a book if you don't want to read?



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I tried, but cannot find this book's download page



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Unfortunately this one was a little harder to find, but was only 5 clicks away... It's a former Wrox title that is now owned by Apress.

http://support.apress.com/

At the bottom is a list of downloads for the former wrox books.

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Thank you very much, it is very helpful.

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thank u very much!

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i have get it
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Jeez !! Relax Hal, surely you don't have be so aggresive in your response. Why help out if you are going to do it that way. Arrogance springs to mind !!

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Brett,

Hal has a point. Notice that he and I are both moderators on this forum. We both see this question very very often. Being a programmer requires doing research. A little research (which I did for the poster) yielded the answer to the question. It was certainly not information that Hal or I, as moderators, were more aware of than anyone else browsing this site. Hal's response was not out of arrogance but of frustration at having to constantly hold people's keyboards for them because they opted to post a question before taking a little research time to try to help themselves.

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Umm- we do all realise this is a thread OVER A YEAR OLD?

Peter- thanks for the support.. if the poster noticed, I don't generally reply to this question anymore- I am too frustrated with people not reading basic instructions...

Brett- don't you have something else to do with your time than comment on messages from January 2004? You strike me as someone looking for an argument.


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