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I want to know Functional Difference Between VB .net And C#. What are Syntax diff. are keep aside . But What we can do in C# Dot.net can't be done in VB Dot Net or vice versa ?

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As per my knowlege, operator overloading can be achived in C# but not in VB.NET, Suppose you have two classes Class1 and Class2 and have two obj of them viz. cl1 and cl2 and you want to achive:
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Dim a as integer
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This is not possible in VB.NET but in C#.
.NET Framework 2.0 will remove this differece also.

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Here's some good links to see the differences between C# and VB
http://www.harding.edu/USER/fmccown/...omparison.html
http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/en...quivalents.asp

In my opinion C# is more professional. :)


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Hi there...
As one of us has told you that operator overloading is not possible with vb.net.. but there r other things which r also not possible with vb.net.

like..
multicasting.
using bitwise operator.
use of unsigned datatypes. Vb.net does not support unsigned variables.

all i say that c# is much type safe language than vb.net

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Hello Amit,

here is a good site I came across with free trainings on ASP.NET, ASP.NET 2.0 with C#, VB.NET 2005 full trainings...

VB.NET 2005: http://www.exforsys.com/content/category/17/266/350/

ASP.NET: http://www.exforsys.com/content/category/17/221/266/

ASP.NET 2.0 : http://www.exforsys.com/content/category/17/269/354/

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There are many vb.net to c# converter, It may useful for you.
VB.NET - > C# (TransKing)
http://www.e-iceblue.com
C# -> VB.NET
http://www.kamalpatel.net/ConvertCSharp2VB.aspx



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for conversion, download Sharp Develop which is free IDE software like Visual Studio for .NET. Download and use. you can code and convert c# to VB.NET and vice versa

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I guess i have also started another thread on similar lines, titled C# or VB.NET give me your vote there too please and reasons too. I get from here that there are a lot of stuff missing, but it seems to be relevant to 1.x, 2.0 had come up with many cross language features. Kindly enlighten me on that please.

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