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Coding Standards for VB.NET


So far, I've found tons of documents describing
recommended coding standards for C#, but not a single
piece on VB.NET yet.

Anybody here knows such a coding standards guideline on
VB.NET and minds sharing with us ?

Thanks in advance.

Nov 20 '05 #1
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I never heard of any codeing "standards" for VB.Net ever that i know of...
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So far, I've found tons of documents describing
recommended coding standards for C#, but not a single
piece on VB.NET yet.

Anybody here knows such a coding standards guideline on
VB.NET and minds sharing with us ?

Thanks in advance.


Nov 20 '05 #2


I am sure you would probably find more off of GOOGLE.
Nov 20 '05 #3
Hi Dotnetjunky
So far, I've found tons of documents describing
recommended coding standards for C#, but not a single
piece on VB.NET yet.

That is one of the differences, you like it from VB.net or not.

If not you are probably typical a C# guy or woman.

And than VB.net is probably not the right tool for you.

Although you can (and should) make your business rules and implement them in

Just my thougth,


Nov 20 '05 #4
* "Dotnetjunk y" <su***********@ yahoo.com> scripsit:
So far, I've found tons of documents describing
recommended coding standards for C#, but not a single
piece on VB.NET yet.

Anybody here knows such a coding standards guideline on
VB.NET and minds sharing with us ?

Naming Guidelines and Code Conventions

Visual Basic .NET Sample Guidelines
<http://www.gotdotnet.c om/team/vb/VBSampleGuideli nes.htm>

Naming Conventions for .NET / C# Projects
<http://www.akadia.com/services/naming_conventi ons.html>

Sheep .Net Naming and Style Convention: Introduction and References
<http://www.google.de/groups?selm=%23 YF7Ng3uCHA.572% 40TK2MSFTNGP12>

Naming Guidelines
<http://msdn.microsoft. com/library/en-us/cpgenref/html/cpconnamingguid elines.asp>

Design Guidelines for Class Library Developers
<http://msdn.microsoft. com/library/default.asp?url =/library/en-us/cpgenref/html/cpconnetframewo rkdesignguideli nes.asp>

SharpDevelop C# Coding Style Guide 0.3
<http://www.icsharpcode .net/TechNotes/SharpDevelopCod ingStyle03.pdf>

Herfried K. Wagner [MVP]
Nov 20 '05 #5

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