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How to Get Started
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Before you continue with this tutorial about ASP.NET you should have a basic understanding of the following:
*HTML, preferably XML, basics of building a Web page
*Basics of client-side scripting (e.g. JavaScript)
*Basics of SQL if you want to add some extra functionality
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