ok but wait, wat's the diff? o i no, it's that vb can't use classes rite? not OOP? ic
ps. look at the filename of the attachment, of course it's a joke :)
Man oh man where do I start?
First off, its the syntax that is different between C++ and VB. For example in C it is the parens() that define or contain an if or class where as in VB its a whole differt declaration...
If ThisIsTrue = True Then
Public MyFunction(Arguement1 As String, Arguement2 As Integer) As Byte()
Now, VB can use classes especially since to add a class it is as simple as a couple of mouse clicks but "Classic VB" or versions 4/5/6 do not support true inheritance and VB is or can be OOP if you know what you are doing and you know what OOP is.