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    Post Index to FAQs on VBForums

    VBForums has several different FAQ pages, which are generally in the forum that is most relevant to the topic or language. Below you can find links to our main FAQ pages:

    FAQs by subject area:
    Office Development FAQ
    Topics about working in or with Microsoft Office programs (Word/Excel/Access/...)

    Database Development FAQ
    Topics about working with databases and SQL etc, either from programs or within the database system itself

    Games and Graphics FAQ
    Help with creating games

    Application Deployment FAQ
    Guides to installing/setting up your programs

    Networking FAQ
    Information on methods of communicating over a network (Winsock etc)


    Language specific FAQs:
    VB.Net - VB 2002 and later, including all "Express" editions
    VB.NET Example Code & Hints you may not know

    Classic VB - VB6 and earlier
    Classic VB (VB6 and earlier) FAQs

    VBA - VB within Office applications
    Office Development FAQ

    ASP.Net
    ASP.Net FAQs
    List of ASP.NET tutorials

    C#
    101 C# examples

    C and C++
    C and C++ FAQs

    PHP
    PHP Frequently Asked Questions


    Note that in addition to the FAQs linked to above, you can also find many useful code samples in our CodeBank forums.
    (As there are many different items in each of the CodeBank forums, after opening the appropriate forum you will probably find the "Search this forum" option useful)


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    Last edited by si_the_geek; Jul 17th, 2011 at 06:18 AM. Reason: added ASP.Net FAQs
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