Thursday, January 26, 2012

Visual Studio's Immediate Window - C# vs VB.Net

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  1. Its really very useful blog

  2. Thank you very much, I appreciate that. You are my first commentator by the way so congrats on that. My goal for this blog is to archive all of the stupid stuff that I encounter on a daily basis and just share it with everyone. There is nothing more frustrating than not having an answer to an obscure "almost never happens" problem.

  3. To use without "?" use Watch window. In Command/Immediate window always use "?". If your code in immediate window exceeds a line, you can write whole thing in one line with ":" as line seperator. This logic is consistent in VB/VB.NET always. Unlike C#, VB always needs "?" in command window irrespective of use cases.


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