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  • VB is dead? NOT!

    Robert Scoble states on his blog, ''I'm seeing a resurgance in VB.NET stuff lately. There are many developers, both inside and outside of Microsoft, who like VB.NET a lot.'' :-D  He also states ''I hear the VB.NET team will have a few things to talk about at the PDC in October as well. Hope to finally put the ''VB is dead'' myth to bed.'' I ...
    Posted to AddressOf.com (Weblog) by CorySmith on June 11, 2003
  • C# "out" modifier -> HowTo in VB.NET?

    Someone on GDN asked a question regarding the out parameter modifier that C# uses and how to do the same thing in VB.NET. Your first guess would probably be to use ByRef, however, ByRef is like ref in C#; so that isn't the answer.  The real answer is to use the attribute (also note, ...
    Posted to AddressOf.com (Weblog) by CorySmith on May 30, 2003
  • Exploring Static variables (VB.NET)

    Although I wouldn't recommend using Static variables under normal circumstances, there are times when they come in handy.  So, when you do use them, you better be sure you understand what's going on to save you from some potential debugging headaches.  Patrick Steele has taken some time to put together a small writeup ...
    Posted to AddressOf.com (Weblog) by CorySmith on May 29, 2003
  • VB.NET Internals Article - 8 out of 9 rating.

    For all of those using VB.NET's Microsoft.VisualBasic namespace specific functionality (or those just interested in the topic) and the performance impact they may incur (if any, and if so, under what conditions) be sure to check out the Visual Basic .NET Internals article on MSDN by Derek Hatchard and ...
    Posted to AddressOf.com (Weblog) by CorySmith on May 21, 2003
  • Using CR and LF: The Options. (VB.NET)

    After posting a response to a question on GDN about using CR and LF in a VB.NET project. The question was how to insert a LF or CR into a string in VB.NET without using the vbLF, vbCR or even the Environment.LineFeed values.  They were also thinking that the vbXX values were in the ...
    Posted to AddressOf.com (Weblog) by CorySmith on May 19, 2003