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Visual Basic and visual studio

Tom
Hi i want to know about writing programs. What is the difference between all
the different types of visual basic's ect
Jul 21 '05 #1
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Hi Tom,

That's a question for which there will be very, very long answers. But to
simplify it, vb .net - as opposed to any other vb, is fully object oriented
and can be used to develop very sophisticated systems. VB 6 was partially
an object language, but had certain limitations.

If you're getting started with programming, set up vs .net and try your hand
at both vb .net and c#.

Bernie Yaeger

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Hi i want to know about writing programs. What is the difference between
all
the different types of visual basic's ect

Jul 21 '05 #2
Tom,

Almost the same as all types of C although C++, Java and C# are here full
OOP and with VB only VBNet.

Cor
Jul 21 '05 #3
Ther is a very detailed site that lists the products and feature sets which
should give you all you need. I think it's www.microsoft.com, but you might
have to look beyond the 1st page
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