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Sample Chapters!
Here is a list of ASP-related books that contain free, on-line sample chapters. If you know of an ASP-relatd book that is not listed here that has an on-line chapter, please do let me know. Also be sure to check out reader reviews on thees and many other ASP-related titles!

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Sams Teach Yourself Active Server Pages 3.0 in 21 Days (Published by Sams Publishing on 2/15/2000)
If you are new to Active Server Pages, and wanting to learn more, this book, Teach Yourself Active Server Pages 3.0 in 21 Days, is definately for you! After having read this book, you will be a proficient ASP developer, able to create powerful data-driven Web sites with ease!
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Sams Teach Yourself ASP.NET in 21 Days (Published by Sams Publishing on 7/30/2001)
Sams Teach Yourself ASP.NET in 21 Days is the perfect book to introduce beginner and intermediate readers to the new technologies and frameworks presented by ASP.NET. By guiding readers through short but increasingly complex lessons, this book will give readers a strong foundation in ASP.NET, and the knowledge to develop their own creative solutions. Readers will delve into the new framework, the C# and Visual Basic programming languages, and techniques to approach difficult problems.
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Teach Yourself ADO.NET in 24 Hours (Published by Sams Publishing on 5/10/2002)
ADO.NET is the data access model built into the .NET Framework. It replaces the old (and largely successful) ADO used in almost all Visual Basic and ASP applications built over the last few years. ADO.NET enables an application to communicate with any OLE database source (including Oracle, Sybase, Microsoft Access, and even text files). This book will present ADO.NET in a simple, easy -to-learn manner filled with many code examples and exercises. A reader with no previous knowledge of ADO.NET should be able to read this book and have a functional knowledge of new object model allowing them to retrieve and work with data from multiple data sources.
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Teach Yourself ASP.NET in 24 Hours, Complete Starter Kit (Published by Sams Publishing on 6/15/2003)
Are you interested in learning ASP.NET? Are you relatively new to Web development? If so, my latest book, Sams Teach Yourself ASP.NET in 24 Hours, Complete Starter Kit is the book for you! This book is perfect for the person who needs to learn ASP.NET quickly and effectively in a relatively short amount of time. It doesn't matter if you've been developing Web applications for years, or are just getting started - this book explains ASP.NET in lucid detail for readers of all experience levels.
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Understanding SOAP (Published by Sams Publishing on 7/10/2000)
This book examines, in great detail, the Simple Object Access Protocol, or SOAP for short. SOAP is a platform-independent protocol for accessing objects on remote servers. ASP.NET's Web services utilizes the SOAP protocol for the communication between a Web service and the client consuming the Web service.
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VBScript Pocket Reference (Published by O'Reilly on 1/30/2001)
This book, now in its second edition, provides a concise reference guide for VBScript, the scripting language of choice for most ASP developers. This title, as its name suggests, serves best as a reference. If you find yourself often needing to know the specific parameters or purpose of a particular VBScript statement, operator, function, or keyword, this book is for you!
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