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Which class to use in VB 2008 Express

Discussion in 'Software Development' started by TheOAP, Oct 5, 2008.

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  1. TheOAP

    TheOAP Thread Starter

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    Have Win XP Home + SP3. Toshiba laptop. 2Gb RAM.
    Was experienced software eng.
    Am trying to use VB 2008 Express.
    Basic programming OK but how do I find the Class to use for a particular problem? Have several books re VB 2008 but they only explain a class for that particular problem. Is there a list anywhwere - I know there are several 1000 classes!
    Thanks in anticipation
    Pete
     
  2. DoubleHelix

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    A class is structure. There can be an infinite number of classes because you can create as many as you want. If you're looking for a comprehensive list of every single built-in class for Visual Basic .NET, I doubt any such list exists.
     
  3. TheOAP

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    Not sure if I asked the right qestion! Try again.. Assume I have a non-trivial software problem (VB 2008), How do I find a Sub/Function in .NET 3.5 to solve it? If I'm asking the wrong question and you know what I really mean, please tell me, and if there is an answer let me know! As it is I'm stuck..
     
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    You search for it. Start getting involved with the MSDN forums. If there isn't anything built into the framework to do what you want, you write it. That's programming.
     
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