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VB.Net Case Sensitivity (No)
 
Posted 11 years ago on 10/23/2008 and updated 1/3/2009
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KB101343

Languages Focus: Case Sensitivity

Case sensitiviy in this case is referring to commands and variable names. For example, are "printf" and "PrintF" equivalent? Are fullname and FullName equivalent? When you create commands, operations, methods, or variables should you worry about case?

VB.Net Case Sensitivity

VB.Net is not case sensitive. If you type any other case for commands or variables, VB.Net will change it to the accepted or defined case. For example, if you type messagebox.show it is converted to MessageBox.Show.

Syntax Example:

The following code works:

MessageBox.Show("hello")

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The following are practice certification questions with answers highlighted. These questions were prepared by Mike Prestwood and are intended to stress an important aspect of this KB post. All our practice questions are intended to prepare you generally for passing any certification test as well as prepare you for professional work.

Beginner

1 Beginner Level Question

Question #1: True or False?

In VB.Net you can declare and make use of same named-different case variables as in the following:

Dim MyName As String
Dim MYNAME As String
Answer:
  • True
  • False

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