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You are correct in that vb does not support ++ or --, but you incorrect in stating that + and - are only binary operators. VB does have unary + and - operators. --- compgeek78
Posted 54 months ago
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VB.Net Unary Operators

General Info: Unary Operator

An operation with only one operand (a single input). Common unary operators include + plus, - minus, and bitwise not. Some operators can function as both unary and binary operators. For example, + and - operators can serve as either.

Languages Focus: Unary Operators

What unary operators are supported in additoin to the standard plus, minus, and bitwise not.

VB.Net Unary Operators

An operation with only one operand (a single input). A unary operator method can return any type but takes only one parameter, which must be the type of the containing class. In addition to the obvious +, -, and Not operators, VB.Net also offers:
isFalse
isTrue
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vb will not support ++ or -- operators. + and - are binary operators --- sujith karivelil
Posted 5 years ago
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VB.Net Unary Operators

General Info: Unary Operator

An operation with only one operand (a single input). Common unary operators include + plus, - minus, and bitwise not. Some operators can function as both unary and binary operators. For example, + and - operators can serve as either.

Languages Focus: Unary Operators

What unary operators are supported in additoin to the standard plus, minus, and bitwise not.

VB.Net Unary Operators

An operation with only one operand (a single input). A unary operator method can return any type but takes only one parameter, which must be the type of the containing class. In addition to the obvious +, -, and Not operators, VB.Net also offers:
isFalse
isTrue
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Very helpful.  Thank you. --- Elly
Posted 6 years ago
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A 10 Minute VB.Net Console Application Quick Start
This will show how to make a "hello world" console application in Visual Studio 2008 using VB.Net.
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I AM SORRY.. PLS --- ashkar
Posted 7 years ago
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VB.Net Deployment Overview

VB.Net Deployment Overview

VB.Net projects require the .Net framework and any additional dependencies you've added such as Crystal Reports. In Visual Studio.Net, you can create a Setup and Deployment project by using any of the templates available on the New Project dialog (Other Project Types). In addition, VB.Net projects also support ClickOnce which brings the ease of Web deployment to Windows Forms and console applications. To get started, right click on your solution in the Solution Explorer, click Properties then select the Security tab.  In addition, you can use any of the many free and commercially available installation packages.
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VB.NET exception in detail with source code samples http://vb.net-informations.com/language/vb.net_exceptions.htm nelcon. --- Nelcon
Posted 7 years ago
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VB.Net Exception Trapping (Try...Catch...Finally)

Languages Focus: Exception Trapping

A common usage of exception handling is to obtain and use resources in a "try-it" block, deal with any exceptions in an "exceptions" block, and release the resources in some kind of "final" block which executes whether or not any exceptions are trapped.

VB.Net Exception Trapping

VB.Net uses a try...catch...finally statement to trap for errors. Try, Catch, Finally, End Try
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The "Multi-Line Comment Code Trick", as it stands is only good to "comment out" valid syntactically correct code. However this slight variation will comment out almost any text: #If False Then   Almost anything can go in here! #End If I have used this to include non-VB code used to manually generate code:   #If DotLisp Then   (some-routine) #End If   #If SecretGeekSimple2 Then 1,Test,Test2 2,Another,Test $1:$2($3) #End If --- Mark Hurd
Posted 8 years ago
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VB.Net Comments (' or REM)

Languages Focus: Comments

Commenting code generally has three purposes: to document your code, for psuedo coding prior to coding, and to embed compiler directives. Most languages support both a single line comment and a multiple line comment. Some languages also use comments to give instructions to the compiler or interpreter.

VB.Net Comments

Commenting Code, VB.Net, like all the VB-based languages, uses a single quote (') or the original class-style basic "REM" (most developers just use a quote). VB.Net does NOT have a multiple line comment.
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Did you follow the instructions in this article? If not, that's how. If you did "give it a shot", then let me know what happened.
Posted 8 years ago
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A 10 Minute VB.Net Console Application Quick Start
This will show how to make a "hello world" console application in Visual Studio 2008 using VB.Net.
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how can you create a console application in vb.net  and other programs and project   --- Bhagwat kushwaha
Posted 8 years ago
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A 10 Minute VB.Net Console Application Quick Start
This will show how to make a "hello world" console application in Visual Studio 2008 using VB.Net.
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