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Singan10-Jun-09 23:49
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Singan wrote:
I'm absolutly not a expert on the subject



Singan wrote:
my friends tell me that you get a lot of hangups when using multi threeds in VB.Net but never in C#.



Singan wrote:
To be frank the tell me 'u get hangups multi threeding in VB.NET ... i doesn't work'



Singan wrote:
So I say use C# because you probably sooner or later like to use this solutions.


There's nothing like arguing a case from a position of no knowledge. This argument is complete and utter rubbish - in fact, it's been a long time since I've heard an argument that is so completely wrong, that it has a degree in wrongness. You do know that threading is a capability of the OS (and encapsulated by the framework on top) don't you? Given that, you do know that there isn't a VB only version of the .NET runtime don't you. So, stop relying on other people to do your thinking for you, and start thinking for yourself. Any idea that starts with "this bloke told me" is almost always guaranteed to be wrong.

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