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hi,
i am new to vb.net could u please tell me the difference between vb script and vb.net and vb
 
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Posted 6-Dec-12 5:52am
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VB Script:
A server scripting language. Most commonly found in classic ASP applications
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/VBScript[^]
 
VB:
An event driven programming language based mostly on COM and is NOT Object Oriented.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Visual_Basic[^]
 
VB.NET:
Like VB except it is interpreted, like all .net languages, and is Object Oriented.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/VB.NET[^]
 
Depending on your needs all 3 are viable options.
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Nothing wrong with VB if you're using it for what it was designed for (rapid development of windows applications)
 
VB.net is a transition of the old visual basic language to object orientated coding, syntax is mostly the same (it would take most people at max about 2 weeks to transition)
Over all though VB.net is alot more powerful (and easier in regards to DB connections)
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