check this article:<BR>http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/cpguide/html/cpconprogramminglanguage.asp<BR><BR>As for just ".NET", I'm not sure exactly what that even means anymore. What are you wanting to do?
I'm taking a web development class. I am giving a presentation on the improvements of ASP.NET over classic ASP, and am anticipating this question. I am also wondering about migrating using languages that were in existence before dot net came along.
.Net languages are a feature of the platform, not a feature of ASP.Net the same way that JScript/VBS were features of the scripting host not ASP.<BR>Spliting hairs...<BR><BR>The ability to create compilers for .Net for other languages allows companies with a large investment in programmers (eg 5000 experienced COBOL programmers) to avoid completely retraining everyone.<BR><BR><BR><BR>