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Visual Basic and Visual C Sharp

This section of the documentation discusses application development in Visual Basic or Visual C#. Either programming language can be used equally well in the subjects covered in this section. Applications made by either language are built on the services of the common language runtime and take advantage of the .NET Framework class library.

08 September 2004

This section of the documentation discusses application development in Visual Basic or Visual C#. Either programming language can be used equally well in the subjects covered in this section. Applications made by either language are built on the services of the common language runtime and take advantage of the .NET Framework class library.

Getting Started This is an external link

Helps you begin working by listing what is new and by guiding you through version upgrading issues and application design decisions.

Upgrading Applications This is an external link

Provides information about how to use programs created using previous versions of Visual Basic and Visual InterDev in Visual Basic .NET.

Managing Projects This is an external link

Describes the project system for managing your applications as you write them.

Creating Applications This is an external link

Discusses creating and configuring Windows applications, Web applications, and XML Web services, and helps you customize these applications for a global audience.

Accessing Data This is an external link

Discusses aspects of incorporating data access functionality into your applications.

Programming with Components This is an external link

Describes components of all kinds, including those you use on servers.

Reference This is an external link

Contains links to several sections of reference information, including programming languages and user interface information.

Samples This is an external link

Provides sample source code demonstrating how to program using Visual Basic and Visual C#.

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Decision Chart This is an external link

Provides an interactive guide to help you choose which approach or technology to use, as well as links to more information.

Common Tasks in Visual Basic and Visual C# This is an external link

Lists the most common programming tasks in various features areas (such as Web applications and debugging) and provides links to procedural information.

Devenv Command Line Switches This is an external link

Contains language reference topics that explain how to launch Visual Studio and build from the command prompt.

Error Messages This is an external link

Contains error message topics for Visual Studio.

Automation and Extensibility Reference This is an external link

Contains automation model language-reference topics for the integrated development environment (IDE), including debugging.

Language Equivalents This is an external link

Compares keywords, data types, operators, and programmable objects (controls) for Visual Basic, C++, Visual C#, Java, JScript, and Visual FoxPro.

Class Library This is an external link

Contains syntax and examples for the entire .NET Framework.

User Interface Reference This is an external link

Contains topics for dialog boxes, windows, and other UI elements found in Visual Studio. Also covers shortcut keys This is an external link.

Visual Studio Commands This is an external link

Contains language-reference topics that explain how to use commands to interact with the IDE from the Command window and Find/Command box.

Visual Studio Walkthroughs This is an external link

Contains topics discussing the steps involved in the development of specific applications types or major application features.

Getting Help from Microsoft Product Support Services This is an external link

Describes various ways to get technical support.

Accessibility for People with Disabilities This is an external link

Describes features that make Microsoft Visual Studio more accessible for people with disabilities.

Locating Readme Files This is an external link

Gives you access to late-breaking notes on the product.

Visual Studio .NET This is an external link

Links you to major starting points in the Visual Studio documentation.