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The .NET Languages: A Quick Translation Guide by Brian Bischof CPA, MCSD, and MCT (auth.)

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By Brian Bischof CPA, MCSD, and MCT (auth.)

Brian Bischof is the president of Bischof platforms, Inc., a software program improvement company delivering customized suggestions to companies for the previous 12 years. He has been a company coach for the prior 3 years and has taught visible uncomplicated to programmers from businesses reminiscent of Intel, Toshiba, financial institution One, Exxon, Texaco, common electrical, and Lockheed Martin. His expert certifications comprise qualified Public Accountant (CPA), Microsoft qualified resolution Developer (MCSD), and Microsoft qualified coach (MCT).

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I: Convert the text to Integer and print it. This example shows variables declared as Integer, Boolean, DateTime, String, and Char. Initializing an array is demonstrated by creating an integer array of the days of the month. Notice how characters are handled differently among the languages. 0 'Copyright (c)2001 by Bischof Systems, Inc. Public Sub Main() ProcessScript ("Dl,Btrue,bfalse,I44S3") End Sub 46 Data Types and Operators Private Sub ProcessScript(ByVal Script As String) 'Declare an array and automatically populate its values Dim DaysOfMonth(11) As Integer 'Both date variables are declared as a Date Dim FirstDate As Date, LastDate As Date Dim IntegerData As Integer, StringData As String, BooleanData As Boolean Dim Command As String * 1 Dim Scripts() As String Dim ScriptCount As Integer 'Initialize the DaysOfMonth array DaysOfMonth(o) = 31: DaysOfMonth(1) = 28: DaysOfMonth(2) = 31 DaysOfMonth(3) = 30: DaysOfMonth(4) = 31: DaysOfMonth(S) = 30 DaysOfMonth(6) = 31: DaysOfMonth(7) = 31: DaysOfMonth(8) = 30 DaysOfMonth(9) = 31: DaysOfMonth(10) = 30: DaysOfMonth(11) = 31 If Not Script = "" Then Debug.

If x > y Then ... if (x > y) {... } If x >= y Then _ If x >= y Then ... if (x >= y) { ... } (# = y Then ... if (x == y) { ... } Table 3-4. NET (# And And & AndAlso && Or Not 26 Or Or Else II Not ! 0 data types. A few of them are major, but most are just minor differences between the data types and there are some new operators. Simple Data Types The simple data types have primarily stayed the same. The biggest change is that Integer is now 32 bits and Long is 64 bits. 0, Integer is 16 bits and Long is 32 bits.

C# also requires parentheses when calling a procedure. When passing arguments to a procedure, VB has the advantage over C#. Normally, when you call a procedure you pass the arguments in the order that they are listed in the procedure declaration. This applies to both VB and C#. The advantage that VB has over C# is that in VB you can pass arguments by name. In other words, you do not have to pass arguments in the order that the procedure declaration says you should. This is very helpful when working with optional parameters because you can state which parameters you want to use and leave the others alone.

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