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Breezwell
Greetings everyone,

Just a simple question that I am sure can be taken in many directions:

Is there any significant benefit to learning VB.NET as opposed to continuing to use VB? Other than the (enhanced?) object orientation of VB.NET, is there a clear advantage to using this language over plain old VB?

Just curious what people think.

Thanks
Jul 11 '09 #1
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Hi everyone,

I'm just confused in vbCr and vbCrlf.. Is there anyone who explain to me what is the function of those 2 codes? I didn't really understand. And I really want to know the concepts and planning also to make some sort of a program relating this code. And additional examples of using these 2 codes that I have mentioned earlier. I really appreciate it if someone replies.

Very Thanks =)
Jul 13 '09 #2
debasisdas
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@Breezwell
are not those reasons enough to go for the new advanced version ?
Jul 13 '09 #3
debasisdas
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@Kyosuke18
vbCr ----Visual Basic Carriage Return.
vbCrlf ----Visual Basic Carriage Return Line Feed.

use those more to learn more
Jul 13 '09 #4
how can i execute remotely my program.exe that i made from VB from a remote pc via winsok using vb? thanx!


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Jul 20 '09 #5

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