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VB.net programming Questions --New question on pg 5!

ok, come spring semester, I will have to create a program that lasts the entire semester. I have the idea, I talked to my teacher, he accepted the project.

Just wondering if anyone can help answer some questions about coding in VB.net...I forget a lot of things pertaining to it, but I do remember LOVING to program in it when I did it as a sophomore. I just need to refresh my memory a bit.

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Re: VB.net programming Questions

pretty much all you need to do anymore is to get the Visual Studio program and it's pretty much drag and drop from there.


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[quote author=m3marshall link=topic=99315.msg1978426#msg1978426 date=1199846588]
pretty much all you need to do anymore is to get the Visual Studio program and it's pretty much drag and drop from there.
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I know...i've used it before, but only the GUI is drag and drop
the coding under is well...coding still


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Sorry man, I'm a ColdFusion programmer .... can't help you other than to say use the GUI.


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[quote author=m3marshall link=topic=99315.msg1978442#msg1978442 date=1199846969]
Sorry man, I'm a ColdFusion programmer .... can't help you other than to say use the GUI.
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oh-GUI being used hardcore, I still need to do things like read things in and write...both maybe from a database, and calculations and etc.


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If I remember correctly you can make connect strings and the like for your data sources using the GUI ... but it's been a long time since I've looked at VB.net


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Yea, if you have visual studio, it'll be a breeze. Just remember this with VB.net and the autocompletion/predictive feature:

object.property

That's all you really need to know with VB.net.


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I know vb.net very well. If you need anything shoot me a pm.

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I LOVE playing with VB.NET.

I created a working calculator that blows Microsoft's out of the water.

I also made a gear ratio calculator for when I had a 4x4.

Good times.

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If you need help PM me. I am slightly rusty, but I can probably figure out what you might need.

I gotta say, seriously? Visual studio???

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