Creating Your First Visual Basic Program - 02
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In this lesson you'll create a simple application twice -- the first time using Windows Notepad and the Visual Basic Command Line Compiler, then then second time using Visual Studio or Visual Basic Express Edition. The point of this video is to demonstrate how much easier your work becomes by utilizing an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) than simply attempting to work in a loose collection of windows and tools. The video concludes by explaining common solutions to the many different problems you might encounter as you first beginning writing and compiling code.
IMPORTANT UPDATE: Before you watch this lesson, please make sure you have watched this video to learn about changes to Visual Studio since this series was originally recorded.