Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by Black Light, Oct 22, 2004.
void exit(int) > *.VB constructs
No discussion necessary.
Kill -f SomeDumbProgram.exe > *
because if you want it done right, do it yourself
set Object = Nothing
My KP proggy > that
see my website (in sig) for more info
me.Close () ???
set me=Nothing > me.close
Be glad I memorize that much; I'm only 2 weeks into a VB course, and haven't written any (functional) programs from scratch.
By the way, they are gonna teach us Java in the advanced course, insstead of VB.
Is there really a reason for that? Besides maybe being able to work on more than Windows?
raise(SIGABRT) > *
Java is a bit too hardcore for my tastes
Java is easier than VB since it actually makes sense and doesn't suck ass.
VB doesn't do anything the way other languages do, so it's a bitch and a half to remember how you have to do things in it. Whenever I do VB I think "I know how to do this in a real language, why the fuck doesn't it work in VB?"
I think the same of Java and C/C++