Visual Basic and C# are two programming languages separated by a common, well, language. As the two key programming tools in Microsoft’s .NET platform, they overlap a fair amount. But there are aspects of each language that reveal their core personalities and how they differ. One example shows up in my latest Visual Studio Magazine article.
The article deals with access levels, language keywords that alter the amount of code in a project that can access a specific piece of data or action method. In the absence of these keywords, C# and Visual Basic behave differently, and in ways that are in line with the original purposes of each language.
To find out exactly how the languages behave, please read the original article on the Visual Studio Magazine web site.
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