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I'm completely green in the C# / .Net world and while I expect I can muddle through quite a bit, I am hoping someone can nudge me onto some focus areas. I have been in both C#.Net and VB.Net books off and on so most of the fundamentals are rattling around in my head.

I have to make a Web enabled application to take input from a file (for now we'll make it CSV) and turn around and write out a new file (CSV) that will have a header, the data from the input file will have each line/ record output for a user input number of x times (probably 3) and finally a footer record. Each of those will be constructed from a mix of constants and input (the body coming from the input file). All in all relatively simple except I am too new to know what to read up on... Also I am expecting this to land in ASP.NET (granted not completely on topic) in the end since most people here are using IE8.

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