Windows 7 Visual Basic

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  1. Visual Basic

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    Do you know the codes? Thanks!
     
  2. kemical

    kemical Windows Forum Admin
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  3. HeraldP

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    Visual Basic language is fast and easier way to write programs for Microsoft Windows. It has all the tools available to you which make development quite easier and enjoyable. I had started learning programming through visual basic too. Although many people don't use it much often nowadays.
     
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  4. Neemobeer

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    Yeah I would also not use Visual Basic since it's a bit out dated and not that fast. I would recommend using C# which is a hybrid combination of Visual Basic and C++ and is very fast, but it's also a little bloated. The code bloat isn't really an issue on todays hardware. You can also grab a copy of the free Visual Studios Community Edition here. Free Dev Tools - Visual Studio Community 2015
     
  5. Phil White

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    Neemobeer, vb and c# run at exactly the same speed. They are both complied to msil (cil) and their feature sets are nearly identical.
     

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