Visual Basic - Programing Language
#1
Hello, 
I am a Newbie In learning visual basic programing language i made a calculator the gives the results of the C = 3.14*r*r and it worked fine. 
What about you guys?
#2
Visual Basic is merely a starting point in anyone's programming carrier - after you become comfortable with VB, you should try moving on to Python or Java to get a taste of real-world implementations, then learn OOP (object oriented programming) and apply your skills in Java/C++ (commonly used languages).
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#3
(2017-01-07, 6:51:44 am)FlamesRunner Wrote: Visual Basic is merely a starting point in anyone's programming carrier - after you become comfortable with VB, you should try moving on to Python or Java to get a taste of real-world implementations, then learn OOP (object oriented programming) and apply your skills in Java/C++ (commonly used languages).

I will but on Access i will try to make database for my server players with scores, killes, deathes, online time, etc...
#4
I have also started with VB .NET as my first programming language, I've learned the programming logic from VB .NET and then I moved to more advanced programming languages. So yeah this is a good start for you, once you get used to VB .NET, try C#, C++ or Java.
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#5
(2017-01-07, 8:59:23 pm)youssefbasha Wrote: Do you know any app learn it?

I usually don't use any application to learn, I learn it by practicing it and spending time on it. So basically, open Visual Studio, create a new VB .NET project and start googling for tutorials till you manage to do everything by yourself.
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#6
VB was one of the first languages I programmed with before moving to Java. While it's a nice language to learn the basic concepts, as said already, moving to an object oriented language like java or C# will help more in the future!
Python is also another great starting language in my opinion, and there are plenty of sites out there that can guide you through the initial learning stages.
Plenty of practice is required at the start to get the concepts well placed in your mind, so keep at it! Smile
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#7
I did use Visual Basic for a while when I first started coding. But after a short time I quickly switched to other more popular languages such as python, C# or java.

I still remember there were a lot of fun using Visual Basic, though. Just personally do not want to spend more time learning or using this non-popular language.




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