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What's easiest to learn? VB by far...

Note: Remember that "VB" stands for "Visual Basic", and "Basic" stands for Beginners All-purpose Symbolic Instruction Code... The purpose of Basic is to give beginning programmers a "easy" way of learning the programming principles. Although, nowadays, (Visual)Basic is far from a small, basic, non-advanced programming language. But it is still very easy to learn...

And once you get the hang of it (which will be very quick), you can decide to switch over to C++ or something...
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thanks 2 evrybody for the big response about what i should learn first but now i have another question for you to argue over :P
Do i need a specialist program to learn and code in VB or are there any freeware/shareware programs for it?
06-01-2004 07:12 AM
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thanks 2 evrybody for the big response about what i should learn first but now i have another question for you to argue over
Do i need a specialist program to learn and code in VB or are there any freeware/shareware programs for it?
no need to double post :P

VB is from Microsoft, so you should buy it. It comes inside Visual Studio, that includes VB, VC++, etc... I dunno it there is anther tool where you can write programs in (Visual)Basic.
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nah i dont think ill bother as the cheapest edition is £89.99 and i dont want to pay :P
ok let me start a new question
which is the easiest type of programming that you can code using freeware.
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dw now i found a free program for programming in BASIC
http://download.com.com/3000-2212-2399176.html?tag=lst-0-2
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06-01-2004 11:38 AM
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its old and boring now
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Dude, i started in april 2003, i was 12 then, and i agree it is easy. (When you get the hang of it) but that does'nt take too long. I tried switching over to VC++ and i failed, it's way too confusing. So I'm going to try and switch from vb.net to vc++ as it may be easier goin from .net as it is a little harder and mor like vc++. Good luck with basic lee, To be honest i think its a little too basic!

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i jsut stated 2 learn vb, like 2 months bak, an i ahvent programmes before, hope that i learn quickly, does anyone have any pointers
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If ya want to get into programming, doing IPT courses at skool and learning the basics from someone you can ask questions i.e. the teacher, is the best way in my opinion. I started programmin C++  last yr and once ya know the basics u can read books and do more out of skool. Once ya know C++ VB is piss easy^o)
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