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Need a bit of help. I am doing a project for school and I am having a bit of difficulties. I have a form "SandwichForm" and an inherited fo…

Started by Steve Wininger

0 Apr 12, 2010

C#

Why choose C# for your development language? Well, it's part of Visual Studio, so you have the CLR in bed with you. That's the COmmon Langu…

Started by Michael Levin

2 Dec 25, 2009
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Visual Basic

What version are you using? How has the Studio changed your life? Let's talk about the apps you build with VB. How, why, what are the pros…

Started by Michael Levin

0 Dec 25, 2009

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