My guess is no, but who knows? ASP.Net could flop badly or soar to new heights. Why are you asking this? To decide whether you should learn ASP.Net? If so, go for it.<BR><BR>I say no, cause C programs are still around, even in more packs than I originally thought, and C++ was supposed to replace them.
I wish I was using C# right now... <though you know I prefer Java><BR><BR>Right now I'm up to my sanity level with C++... 6 f*****g hours with a problem that was so **** silly. <BR><BR>The language written for, and by, masochists.<BR><BR>Does C# have the equivalent of Java's JDBC for databases?<BR><BR>
through ADO.Net mostly. There is also a special set of objects for SQL Server. It is somewhat similar to normal ADO but definitely has its differences. Just takes a little getting used to.<BR><BR>I did this little test today:<BR><BR>http://www.eggheadcafe.com/articles/20010919.asp