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clear definition for .net framework, IIS, visual studio with examples?

haridhasekar
pls give me clear-cut definitions for the .net framework,IIS, Visualstudio ... tell their relations... why we need a framework to install VS2005... but not in VS2008.....
Feb 19 '10 #1
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alexis4
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Google, google, google...
Feb 19 '10 #2
tlhintoq
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pls give me clear-cut definitions for the .net framework,IIS, Visualstudio ... tell their relations... why we need a framework to install VS2005... but not in VS2008.....
Amazon.com or your local book store. What you are asking for is for is to have someone else do all your term paper research for you. There is a reason all those books are on shelves: Because there is a TON of information on those topics to learn.
Feb 19 '10 #3
jus give me one practical example... thats enough...
Feb 20 '10 #4
tlhintoq
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One practical example example of what? Then entire framework? An example of VIsual Studio? Your question really makes no sense.

If you want an example of code and visual studio check out any of the fine tutorials in the Insights areas:

Database How-to parts 1 and 2
Database tutorial Part 1
Database tutorial Part 2
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Two tutorials that might help you with events and control inheritance:
Custom events - A practical guide
Buiding an application - Part 1


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Feb 22 '10 #5
thanx sir...........
Feb 22 '10 #6

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