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VB .NET samples / Getting started

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I've loaded VB.NET and the WM2003 SDK, but I'm struggling to get started with it.

The samples that come with the SDK all appear to be C examples - is it just me being dense, or are there no VB samples?

Has anyone got a "hello world" in VB.NET that I can have to start learning?

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There are a number of samples here in both VB and C#

http://samples.gotdotnet.com/quickstart/Co...mpactFramework/

Also Devbuzz mainly concentrate on VB

http://www.devbuzz.com/content/init_compac...t_framework.asp

You'll find quite a bit of code in VB on our forums at

http://www.opennetcf.org/Forums/

Currently most of our published samples are in C# however we hope to balance this out as time goes on.

http://www.opennetcf.org/samples.asp

Peter

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Actually, Visual Studio .NET 2003 installs a number of sample applications in VB and C# for you.

If you look in %Program Files%Microsoft Visual Studio .NET 2003CompactFrameworkSDKv1.0.5000Windows CESamples you will see what I mean.

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Thanks guys, I'll check them out!

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Woah, Neil is one scary looking dude in his avatar, lol!

Any questions on VB.net or .NET CF, post em here, and we'll gladly help :)

P

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Cheeky!!! :)

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