New to Visual.

Discussion in 'Programming & Scripting' started by punkskater2448, Dec 1, 2008 with 6 replies and 286 views.

  1. punkskater2448

    punkskater2448 Taking Over The World Retired

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    Well I want to try and branch out and learn some new things since I am going to college for Computer Science. I was wondering if any one knew of a good site to learn Visual. Do not tell me to google it I can do that, I want a site that some one here has used or know's of that is extremely helpful, not just another crappy site.

     
  2. Ibdc

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  4. confused5

    confused5 Enthusiast

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    dream in code is a fantastic place for asking questions. they also have a nice tutorial forum for most of the more popular languages; i got there regularly for Java and C++
     
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    punkskater2448 Taking Over The World Retired

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    Sweet. Thank's guys for your help. I am starting to learn some new things and it is pretty fun finally using a language to be able to have an interface and such.
     
  6. Michael Allison

    Michael Allison Enthusiast

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    In addition to what everybody else has said, I'd like to point out that Wallace Wang wrote an excellent book on Visual Basic 6.
     
  7. Ibdc

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    No offense to you Michael, but VB6 is outdated and (not completely, but almost..) obsolete. Stick with VB .NET