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Old March 26th, 2005, 03:02 AM
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:)hello gays i want to ask some question i confused about what is the language is perfect to used it , i want the perfect language please any body help me .

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I think you mean "guys"...

Well, girlfriend, the language that you use is entirely up to you. There is no "perfect" language. Languages within .Net have the ability to co-exist once they are compiled to MSIL, so if you develop something in one language, compile it, and decide to go with a different language you can still implement your code, controls, etc. in the new language.

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Just remember that whatever language you use, syntax and structure are important (even if the language is English . . .)

VB is a much more powerful contender than it previously was with the introduction of .NET.
People used to disdain VB, but now it is essentially an equal with the other .NET languages.
VB is very helpful regarding syntax errors, and so forth.
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.Net will become the best language.

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