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specific meanings of ".Net"

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what are the specific meanings of word ".Net". what describes the word
".Net" why not something else
please tell me the answer becuase it was asked in my interview
Nov 21 '05 #1
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"zafar haider" <za************@hotmail.com> wrote
what are the specific meanings of word ".Net". what describes the word
".Net" why not something else
please tell me the answer becuase it was asked in my interview


This group is for classic VB (VB sans NET). There are dedicated
groups for .NET questions. They typically have 'dotnet' in their names.

None the less, you must use your own words, but here are two clues:

interNET and NETwork

What does NET mean in those contexts? How would that relate
to a developer's environment? To an application's environment?

LFS

Nov 21 '05 #2

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Larry,
This group is for classic VB (VB sans NET). There are dedicated
groups for .NET questions. They typically have 'dotnet' in their names.
You may want to check again where you were, this is
microsoft.public.DOTNET.languages.vb!

:-)

interNET and NETwork

What does NET mean in those contexts? How would that relate
to a developer's environment? To an application's environment?
And what about Windows Forms, Window Services, or Console Applications, non
of which require the internet or even networks?

Jay

"Larry Serflaten" <se*******@usinternet.com> wrote in message
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"zafar haider" <za************@hotmail.com> wrote
what are the specific meanings of word ".Net". what describes the word
".Net" why not something else
please tell me the answer becuase it was asked in my interview


This group is for classic VB (VB sans NET). There are dedicated
groups for .NET questions. They typically have 'dotnet' in their names.

None the less, you must use your own words, but here are two clues:

interNET and NETwork

What does NET mean in those contexts? How would that relate
to a developer's environment? To an application's environment?

LFS

Nov 21 '05 #3

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"zafar haider" <za************@hotmail.com> wrote
what are the specific meanings of word ".Net". what describes the word
".Net" why not something else
please tell me the answer becuase it was asked in my interview


I am sorry for that previous post about being in a different group.
For 2 messages, I thought I was veiwing a different group!

None the less, you must use your own words, and here are two clues:

interNET and NETwork

What does NET mean in those contexts? How would that relate
to a developer's environment? To an application's environment?

LFS

Nov 21 '05 #4

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"Jay B. Harlow [MVP - Outlook]" <Ja************@msn.com> wrote
Larry,
This group is for classic VB (VB sans NET). There are dedicated
groups for .NET questions. They typically have 'dotnet' in their names.


You may want to check again where you were, this is
microsoft.public.DOTNET.languages.vb!

Yeah, I'm going to have to watch that, if I continue to show up here....

:-P
LFS
Nov 21 '05 #5

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Larry,
No problem, I do the same thing...

Jay

"Larry Serflaten" <se*******@usinternet.com> wrote in message
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"Jay B. Harlow [MVP - Outlook]" <Ja************@msn.com> wrote
Larry,
> This group is for classic VB (VB sans NET). There are dedicated
> groups for .NET questions. They typically have 'dotnet' in their
> names.


You may want to check again where you were, this is
microsoft.public.DOTNET.languages.vb!

Yeah, I'm going to have to watch that, if I continue to show up here....

:-P
LFS

Nov 21 '05 #6

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