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need some advice!!!

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nye

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i hope to start a degree in electronic engineering next year.So I thought learning some programming might come in handy. Is it better to learn Visual Basic or .Net???or are there any other programming languages that will b more useful??
 

akg

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VB is a rapid appln development tool and using .net u can develop appln even more faster . but if u need system level programming and fine control over the program, i'll prefer VC . so its u who should decide which way u want to go. i'll prefer VC++ first and then .NET
 

nye

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does VC stand for Visual C???and VC++, Visual C++??are they the same as C and C++??is it ok doin VC++ before VC and then goin on to .net??
 

nye

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oh and btw..i hav no prior programming experience
 

nye

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ok then..as u said, i think i'll start with VC++ and then go on to .net
thanks
 

akg

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VC++ uses many concepts of C++ , so u should know them very well . Also windows sdk has a lot of APIs wrapped by MFC . u should develop a general knowledge about what all classes/apis/functions are there . this is applicable to both VC++ and .NET
 
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