This question is driving me batty!! I am currently teaching myself and enjoying the results of VB6. However, whenever I ask a colleague anything regarding VB the first reply is always the question "Are you using .NET?" and after the answer "No, I use VB6!" they reply with "Ooooh, you should try .NET" and then go on to give varying degrees of reasons why!!!!
AAAAAARRGGH!!Then there is all the talk about VB2008 on the web!!! I knew there were all sorts of VB, but can never seem to work out where best to apply my efforts.
I would say that I probably use VB for the most part to build user friendly database front-ends.I have grown used to dealing with MS ACCESS but would be happy to adapt if only I knew which way to go!!!
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VB.Net is the newer enhancements for the visual basic language. the main vb language came in 1994 and it was included as a member of a software toolkit named "Microsoft Visual Studio 6.0". this version of visual studio also had some other languages like "Visual Foxpro", "Visual Interdev" which are …
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