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Books: (I'm converting vb release 4 to release 8) But will eventually move it to other PCs

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Hello,

What book and/or books can teach me how to do deployment with a step by
step detail, hopefully!

The question that I am looking to answer is: Before I start any
programming, what will I have to do to move my final product to another
PC?

I own books on vb releases 4 and 6.
I recently purchased the following books (and I'm reading the 1st one):
Microsoft Visual Basic 2005 Step by Step
Programming Microsoft Visual Basic 2005: The Language
Introducing Microsoft Visual Basic 2005 for Developers

Thank you,
Christopher Lusardi

Apr 26 '06 #1
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Hello,

What book and/or books can teach me how to do deployment with a step by
step detail, hopefully!

The question that I am looking to answer is: Before I start any
programming, what will I have to do to move my final product to another
PC?


Moving a project to another PC should be trivial, regardless of the
development tool(s) you're using. The bigger question is.... do you already
have a VB4 project you have to convert? VB4-32 to VB6 should be extremely
easy. From there, you're on your own as VB6 is the last of the dinosaurs
that actually recognize VB syntax. VB2005 "appears" to be VB but it's
"something else" <g> A non-case sensitive C# is more like it.

fwiw, here's a couple of free eBooks. Looks like you already have the first
one...

Introducing Microsoft Visual Basic 2005 for Developers
http://msdn.microsoft.com/vbrun/stay...5/default.aspx

Upgrading Microsoft Visual Basic 6_0 to Microsoft Visual Basic _NET
http://msdn.microsoft.com/vbrun/stay...6/default.aspx
--
Ken Halter - MS-MVP-VB (visiting from VB6 world) - http://www.vbsight.com
Please keep all discussions in the groups..
Apr 26 '06 #2

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Ken,

Zoals ik waarschijnlijk al meer naar je toe heb geschreven lijkt Nederlands,
als je alle talen op de wereld overziet, samen met enige anderen heel veel
op Engels. De talen zijn beide praktisch gelijktijdig ontstaan aan de
Noordzee.

Hetzelfde geldt voor VBNet en C#. Ook niet vreemd ze komen allebei van
Microsoft en zijn gelijkertijd ontwikkeld.

Je moet van beiden echter iets afweten om dat te zien. Voor iemand die
Afrikaans praat staat Nederlands toch dichterbij hem/haar dan Engels (Hoewel
praktisch iedereen die Afrikaans spreekt net als degenen die Nederlands
spreken wel min of meer Engels kan spreken).

Cor

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Hello,

What book and/or books can teach me how to do deployment with a step by
step detail, hopefully!

The question that I am looking to answer is: Before I start any
programming, what will I have to do to move my final product to another
PC?


Moving a project to another PC should be trivial, regardless of the
development tool(s) you're using. The bigger question is.... do you
already have a VB4 project you have to convert? VB4-32 to VB6 should be
extremely easy. From there, you're on your own as VB6 is the last of the
dinosaurs that actually recognize VB syntax. VB2005 "appears" to be VB but
it's "something else" <g> A non-case sensitive C# is more like it.

fwiw, here's a couple of free eBooks. Looks like you already have the
first one...

Introducing Microsoft Visual Basic 2005 for Developers
http://msdn.microsoft.com/vbrun/stay...5/default.aspx

Upgrading Microsoft Visual Basic 6_0 to Microsoft Visual Basic _NET
http://msdn.microsoft.com/vbrun/stay...6/default.aspx
--
Ken Halter - MS-MVP-VB (visiting from VB6 world) - http://www.vbsight.com
Please keep all discussions in the groups..

Apr 26 '06 #3

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Ik vergat de laatste zin.

En daarom zal in mijn idee ook een oude VB gebruiker zich toch veel meer
herkennen in VBNet dan in C#.

Cor
Apr 26 '06 #4

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Cor Ligthert [MVP] wrote:
Ik vergat de laatste zin.

En daarom zal in mijn idee ook een oude VB gebruiker zich toch veel meer
herkennen in VBNet dan in C#.

Cor


Could you repeat that in English!

Thank you,
Christopher Lusardi

Apr 26 '06 #5

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Could you repeat that in English!

Thank you,
Christopher Lusardi


As soon as Ken has given a reaction, my hope was that Ken would do that as
first.

Cor
Apr 26 '06 #6

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Clusardi,

It had not to do with your question it was an answer to Ken. I was doubt if
I would give you this link because you come from VB4 and therefore the
answer from Ken is probably better.

However, now you ask something.

http://www.vb-tips.com/default.aspx?...5-e16db864a414

Cor

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Cor Ligthert [MVP] wrote:
Ik vergat de laatste zin.

En daarom zal in mijn idee ook een oude VB gebruiker zich toch veel meer
herkennen in VBNet dan in C#.

Cor


Could you repeat that in English!

Thank you,
Christopher Lusardi

Apr 26 '06 #7

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