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Language: C++
Expertise: Beginner
Oct 20, 1998

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Visual Basic or Visual C++

Question:
I am interested in buying a new compiler and don't know wether to purchase Visual Basic or Visual C++. I have taken a course in C++, but I am not sure which way is the best to go.

Answer:
If you have only taken the one course, you might consider starting out with Visual Basic. With VB, you'll just be up and running much quicker than with Visual C++, which has a much steeper learning curve. Then you can always switch to Visual C++ down the road if you determine that programming is for you and decide to develop new skills.

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