Simple Beginner Program in VB – [VB.NET Tutorials]
Are you a beginner to the VB.Net programming, then you should want to start from the beginning. Here we are discussing how to start a new console application project in vb.net and initiate the program coding.
After reading this post, you will be able to create a simple hello program yourself.
To create your first vb.net project open the Microsoft’s Visual Studio in your windows computer. If you don’t have purchased one yet, make a purchase or use the express version of visual studio.
In Visual Studio click on File and select New Project. Or you can start a new project directly by pressing the CTRL and N keys together.
Now in the popup window from the left side-panel click on Visual Basic and then select Console Application. Then click the OK button.
Now you will have opened a window where you can start the coding of your first VB.Net program.
Beginner Program in VB.NET
Module Module1 Sub Main() Console.WriteLine("HELLO TECHAntena") 'To print the message Console.ReadKey() 'To read a character from the keyboard End Sub End Module
The above program will print HELLO TECHAntena on the screen. To see the output of the program, you have to debug the program by pressing F5 on the keyboard.
The output will be as shown below:
- The statement Console.WriteLine() uses in vb.net to print a line of messages to the user.
- The statement Console.ReadKey() uses in vb.net to read a character from the keyboard. (Uses here to avoid the instant closing of output window).
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