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If so, is it necessary to learn conventional VB before VB.NET??
Suppose I learn VB, then would it be easier/difficult to adapt to VB.NET?? Also, what does today's programmer rely upon - Good old VB or VB.NET?? And for a beginner, which is easier??
If you know C++ VB will be just like a piece of cake.
Also, could u recommend some books for learning/beginning/mastering VB & VB.NET
Also, Please recommend some E-book-sites from which I can get a soft-copy of the
Also, what's the difference between VB & VBScript?? (I know that VBScript is nothing but VB embedded in an HTML page along with a Web document, but some more details on this would be welcome)
I would suggest instead of going through VB 6 - VB.NET path go for C# path in .NET as you have some basics about C domain under your grasp and learning VB is just matter of hours.