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Where to learn visual basic

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ncfalcon    122
I have been searching google for awile. Didnt find much. Im 15 so i have no cash to spend on darkbasic. So i was wondering if anyone knows anyfree sites to learn it.

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ncfalcon    122
thanks i was lookign for a half hour but couldn't find nutin then i started looking throguh sum threads and couldn't find anything so i decided to post thanks

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jbadams    25713
VB6, or .NET?

If VB6 and you're looking for some good tutorials specific to game-related topics, there are some excellent tutorials here which you may find useful. You'll probably still want to look for some tutorials just on the basics of the language itself though, or perhaps get a book on the subject from your local library. There are also some tutorials in various languages listed in the For Beginners Forum FAQ, here.

//EDIT: Wait... did you want Visual Basic, or Dark Basic? Your thread title says VB, but you mention DB in your OP...

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TheNobleOne    176
Don't get too caught up in VB6 if you are using that. Microsoft is killing the project in 2006 and they will not sell or support it any longer. The same goes for the MS Native Visual C++. Microsoft is making a bold move on only supporting .Net but it is their decision.

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TheNobleOne -- "Microsoft is killing the project in 2006 and they will not sell or support it any longer. The same goes for the MS Native Visual C++."

Care to back that up? I have not heard of the complete and total abandonment of 'Native' Visual C++ (which would have to include MFC and Win32) as of yet???

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rayce    120
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Original post by TheNobleOne
Don't get too caught up in VB6 if you are using that. Microsoft is killing the project in 2006 and they will not sell or support it any longer. The same goes for the MS Native Visual C++. Microsoft is making a bold move on only supporting .Net but it is their decision.


"Visual Basic 6.0 will no longer be supported starting March 2008."

i counldnt find the same thing for vc++ are you sure its true?

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