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Old October 9th, 2005, 05:53 PM
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What should I use..... I have an Excell spreadsheet that I put together and am considering putting it together in some language.

What are all the differences in C, C++, Visual C.

Where do I start?

 
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If you are conversant with any of these languages already, I think you should go for VC++. If not then let me tell you that these languages have a longer learning curve than some of the other languages like VB.
Exploring a bit of office programming is going help you anyways.



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