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PostSubject: VB Introduction   Sun Oct 30, 2011 3:13 pm

Introduction

Visual Basic .NET is an Object-Oriented programming language designed by Microsoft. With the word “Basic” being in the name of the language, you can already see that this is a language for beginners. Although the language is aimed at noobs and novices, you should not underestimate the power of the language itself. There are people who criticize VB.NET because of the simplicity of the syntax, but VB.NET has the ability to create very powerful and sophisticated applications. VB.NET is a great place to start because of how easy and straight forward it is. The syntax is easy and you will not find yourself writing hundreds of lines of code as there are many shortcuts that make coding so much easier in this language.

If you have had any experience in computer programming, you should understand what a syntax is and the purpose of it. If not, let’s take a look at the VB.NET syntax. The purpose of typing code is to instruct the application what to do. It’s not as easy as typing “Hey application, multiply 5 by 8″ but it’s pretty darn close! If you wanted to tell your application to show a Message Box telling you that GarenaWorld awesome, this would be the code you would use:

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MessageBox.Show("DarK SnoW Awesome!!")

Wow pretty easy right? I bet you thought that you would be typing 0′s and 1′s like in binary! Well now that you have looked at the syntax for VB.NET, you are ready to start your first tutorial.
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