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Is there much difference between VS.NET 2002 and 2003???

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Hi all

I've taught myself C# 2002 using VS.NET 2002. I've recently brought myself
an ASP.NET 2003 book. I will work through this ASP.NET 2003 using VS.NET
2002 and C# 2002. I don't fully understand the differences between the VS.
NET 2002 and VS.NET 2003.

Will I restrict myself in any way learning ASP.NET 2003 but only using VS.NET
2002 and C# 2002?

When I'm working through this ASP.NET 2003 book will I find that this book
asks me to do stuff that VS.NET 2003 (the book thinking I'm using VS.NET 2003
as I'm learning ASP.NET 2003) can do but I unfortunately can't as I'm only
using VS.NET 2002 and C# 2002??

Does any one know of any good links that explain the scenarios of using a
2003 language (such as ASP.NET 2003) but in the VS.NET 2002 enviroment???

Hope I make sense, any help will greatly be appreciated, and thanks in
advance!

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From what I've heard, 2003 was a free upgrade for those who got 2002 -
and it fixed some bugs... I didn't start using c# until 2003 but I think
it's pretty similar. 2005 is a bit different with a ton of new
features. Since you're using ASP and i've heard only bad things about
2005 ASP I'd suggest sticking with either 2002 or 2003 until they fix
the ASP bugs in 2005. However I'd say 2005 is worth it if you are going
to be creating win apps

Jon S via DotNetMonster.com wrote:
Hi all

I've taught myself C# 2002 using VS.NET 2002. I've recently brought myself
an ASP.NET 2003 book. I will work through this ASP.NET 2003 using VS.NET
2002 and C# 2002. I don't fully understand the differences between the VS.
NET 2002 and VS.NET 2003.

Will I restrict myself in any way learning ASP.NET 2003 but only using VS.NET
2002 and C# 2002?

When I'm working through this ASP.NET 2003 book will I find that this book
asks me to do stuff that VS.NET 2003 (the book thinking I'm using VS.NET 2003
as I'm learning ASP.NET 2003) can do but I unfortunately can't as I'm only
using VS.NET 2002 and C# 2002??

Does any one know of any good links that explain the scenarios of using a
2003 language (such as ASP.NET 2003) but in the VS.NET 2002 enviroment???

Hope I make sense, any help will greatly be appreciated, and thanks in
advance!

Dec 2 '05 #2

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Another way of asking what I'm seeking is :

If I work through an ASP.NET 1.1 book using VS.NET 1.0 and C# 1.0 would I
actually be learning ASP.NET 1.1 (as that is what the book is teaching me) or
would I be learning ASP.NET 1.0 (as I will be using VS.NET 1.0)???
It may be a simple question but I would like it to be clarified.

Thank you.

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Thanks for the info Benny.

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"Jon S via DotNetMonster.com" wrote:
Another way of asking what I'm seeking is :

If I work through an ASP.NET 1.1 book using VS.NET 1.0 and C# 1.0 would I
actually be learning ASP.NET 1.1 (as that is what the book is teaching me) or
would I be learning ASP.NET 1.0 (as I will be using VS.NET 1.0)???
It may be a simple question but I would like it to be clarified.


Any code you write will be 1.0, but if you're capable of learning a langague
directly from a book you'll know both after completing it.
Dec 2 '05 #5

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