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  • What is the difference between VB and VB.NET?

    Now VB.NET is object-oriented language. The following are some of the differences:Data Type Changes The .NET platform provides Common Type System to all the supported languages. This means that all the languages must support the same data types as enforced by common language runtime. This eliminates data type incompatibilities between various languages. For example on the 32-bit Windows platform,...


    • Jun 13th, 2016

    Discuss about member of derived controls?

    John B

    • Dec 20th, 2008

    The big one is that VB (we are talking VB through VB6) is entirely in the COM world not the .Net world of managed code. VB generates either threaded P-code or native EXE, processed by the VB runtime,&...