• 14 years ago

    Hi guys I'm looking 4 a COMPLETE online tutorial...upto now I found just one-topic guide and instead I need a complete guide from A to Z for with examples....

    tnx men



  • 14 years ago
    There's no book or online tutorial that will teach you everything.  Start with the basics, which many will teach you, and then look for more specialised topics, like reflection or multi-threading, as you need them.  Here are a few links you may find useful.  If you're a rank beginner then the Home & Learn is a good one to start with:

    Home & Learn
    Start VB.NET
    GotDotNet QuickStarts
    Forms in VB.NET
    ADO.NET part 1
    ADO.NET part 2

  • 14 years ago

    tnx jmcilhinney, i will take a look....

    have a nice day man...

  • 14 years ago

    I'm checking "Home & Learn" rite now....wonderful...that's what I need (4 now)...

    tnx again

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