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?
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).
Just wandering around, nothing more.
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.
2017-01-09, 2:46:14 pm
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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.