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How do you link to a Database in VB.NET?
Say you need to record Name, Password and Email Address. What shall I write in the db?

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Please be specific, what database are you using? Have you tried coding something?

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@Lethugs - a very simple database such as MS Office Access.

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did you think to google for "vb.net database tutorials"???

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not really I didnt have the time to trawl for info
i have really important exams coming up

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You are not going to figure it all out in 5 minutes :) Nor are you going to get a complete answer here, it's too complicated. Take a couple hours to read the tutorials instead of wasting time looking for instant help in online forums. You could have had your answer by now had you just taken the time to use google.

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Ancient Dragon is right, don't let others do your work, at least do something to show your effort. Its a great feeling when you solved it on your own, and you will learn more compared in just relying everything from others.

Anyway try to look at this
Microsoft
Or this

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I personally like this tutorial

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Thanks guys both of you.

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