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    Question about Visual C++ Code Dictionary.

    -Where to I go in order to download the Microsoft Visual C++ .Net language code dictionary as one digest?

    -In terms of that code dictionary, do the Objects (Classes), Functions and Procedures and use Variables
    in Microsoft Visual C++ .Net, in terms of their names, correspond directly to the names in
    Microsoft Visual Basic .Net?


    -Where is the code dictionary download for Microsoft Visual Basic .Net, at any rate?

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    Re: Question about Visual C++ Code Dictionary.

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    Re: Question about Visual C++ Code Dictionary.

    Quote Originally Posted by Zachary1234 View Post
    -Where to I go in order to download the Microsoft Visual C++ .Net language code dictionary as one digest?

    -In terms of that code dictionary, do the Objects (Classes), Functions and Procedures and use Variables
    in Microsoft Visual C++ .Net, in terms of their names, correspond directly to the names in
    Microsoft Visual Basic .Net?


    -Where is the code dictionary download for Microsoft Visual Basic .Net, at any rate?
    I guess you should search MSDN for that! Didn't you try yet?
    Victor Nijegorodov

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