They are totally different.<BR><BR>>If u know a little ASP, can u easily cope with ASP.net?<BR><BR>No...But you'll have a head start.<BR><BR>http://www.asp.net/<BR>http://gotdotnet.com/<BR>http://www.dotnetjunkies.com/<BR>http://aspnet.4guysfromrolla.com/
is tons better. Asp.net can be written in C# which is an object oriented language, which beats the hell out of vb. search for tutorials/code on google with keywords such as asp.net tutorials, C# tutorials... csharphelp.com is a decent c# site with articles and a forum. good luck.
VB3? VB4? VB5? VB6? VB.NET? ;-)<BR><BR>All the same thing...Ok, so it's not all the same thing...But continuity of sorts is at least intended.<BR><BR>>i like the java/C++ style syntax bet<BR><BR>As valid a reason ot use it as any.<BR><BR>>the functionality IS exactly identical <BR><BR>Not exactly. They expose the CLR slightly differently...There *are* things that you can't do in C#, and other things that you can't do in VB, simply because the interfaces *to* the CLR, are different, as is the functionality exposed.