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Old June 9th, 2007, 01:30 AM
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Hi, I'm new to VS2005 and Visual Basic. How do I modify a column's value? In Delphi I can write code like this:

ClientName.AsString := 'Peter Pan';

Is there an equivalent?

 
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 Hi, I'm new to VS2005 and Visual Basic. How do I modify a column's value? In Delphi I can write code like this:

ClientName.AsString := 'Peter Pan';

Is there an equivalent?
I'm not sure exactly what you want here. Are you referring to a column in a database? If so, then the code to do that would be written in SQL. If you're talking about a BLL object's property from the book, then that's a different story--we'd need more info on what you want.

 
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It doesn't sound like he's talking about our book.

You should google on ADO.NET for more information. .NET uses a disconnected DB model, unlike Win32 Delphi. Win32 Delphi is much easier but .NET is more scalable and adaptable. If you compare .NET versions of Delphi to C# and VB.NET you won't find many differences, aside from syntax.

I personally think C# is a more logical move for Delphi developers, rather than VB. This is because Anders did them both and there are a few Delphi-isms in C#. But VB.NET is no less powerful.

Eric






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