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Can i legally use vb.net classes in my own programming language

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I want to know can i legally parse vb.net classes or functions in my own programming language
Jun 13 '13 #1
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Frinavale
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Could you please expand on what you are trying to do?
Are you creating a new programming language?

If you are using code that is not your own, be sure to read the license agreements on the code before you do so. There are likely conditions and restrictions on how you can use the code. If you do not understand everything in the license agreement, consult a lawyer.

-Frinny
Jun 13 '13 #2

!NoItAll
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If all you are doing is distributing run time stuff with and your own compiled "interprete" then I would see no problem. All those classes with their associate methods and properties are part of the dot net rue distributable that you are free to install along with your app. Really, your "programming language " is nothing more than another application created in vb.net.
Now you cannot install visual studio components with your app.
Jun 15 '13 #3

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