VB.Net concepts needed

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Bunny

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Well, I really don't know if I'm right or wrong, I've been switching languages for over 3 months now, C# to C++ then to VB.net.
But what concepts do I need in VB.Net to start hacking, like before starting all the good stuff. I wanna know what things do I need to know and if I am fit in my shoes to start.
 

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As there are many tutorials how to start game hacking in C++ and C#, I wanna know the things I need to know to start doing that in VB.Net, it seems comparatively difficult. What do you think guys? What should I do.
 

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I guess that no one has experience or something in this forum with VB.Net.
 

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First of all don't switch between the languages with the speed of light. Unless you are absoloutely sure you aren't fit for that language yet, take an easier one.

The more you know about programming and the language you are coding in, the better it will be later hacking-wise. Just take half a year off, learn the language and code some siple programs. Then return to hacking.
 

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Thanks for that. I think I'll just stick with c++ as it is closer to C# and has more control. Thanks anyways.
 

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Thanks for that. I think I'll just stick with c++ as it is closer to C# and has more control. Thanks anyways. I'll keep in mind that experience is required.
 
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