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Preparing for VB.Net

  • November 19, 2002
  • By Karl Moore
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There really is no doubt about it.

The next version of Visual Basic will bring big changes. Web forms. A common runtime. Inheritance. Improved error handling. No DAO/RDO data binding support. New data types. No more WebClasses.

It's all change - and more likely than not, your present day applications won't easily port across, not even with the conversion tool Microsoft plan to ship.

So is there anything you can do to ready yourself for the move? There certainly is.

From the information we have so far, let's review a ten-point coding checklist to ensure your applications will convert with the least fuss possible...





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