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    How to start visual programming

    Did you know that Elektor electronics has a book published "Visual basic for electronics and engineering applications"???

    In case your interest towards electronics related projects in VB, then i suggest, there cant be a better source!!!

    good luck,
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    Re: How to start visual programming

    Hey guys ! if you like bloatware use all this compilers, but if you need a compact code using only the needed resource for your project then use PureBasic. This compiler is perfect for project who mix GUI with electronic devices, is compact and has a visual designer; and the most important thing generate very efficient and compact code.
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    How to start visual programming

    your can download "Visual basic for electronics and engineering applications" here
    https://www.edaboard.com/viewtopic.php?p=870285#870285



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    How to start visual programming




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    Re: How to start visual programming

    personally id recommend visual studio.NET 2005 by microsoft. It has all the help youd ever need and you wouldnt even have to use e books to learn how to use the enviroment. For a begginer and especially if you have any knowledge of object oriented programming, you'll like it



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    Re: How to start visual programming

    I would say u can download Visual C++ Express from MSDN website and run a simple algorithm on it.



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    How to start visual programming

    do u know where i can download Borland C++?
    thx



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    Re: How to start visual programming

    If you lateron prefer to do graphical programming and not visual programming you can check out LabVIEW from NI (http://www.ni.com)

    there you can create in a graphical manner applications; if you prefer programming in C you can use their CVI compiler...

    just a tip


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