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  2. Visual Basic (classic) - Wikipedia

    Visual Basic 3.0 was released in the summer of 1993 and came in Standard and Professional versions. VB3 included version 1.1 of the Jet Database Engine that could read and write Jet (or Access) 1.x databases. Visual Basic 4.0 (August 1995) was the first version that could create 32-bit as well as 16-bit Windows programs. It has three editions ...

  3. Visual Basic .NET - Wikipedia

    Visual Basic 2005 introduced the IsNot operator that makes 'If X IsNot Y' equivalent to 'If Not X Is Y'. It gained notoriety when it was found to be the subject of a Microsoft patent application. 2008 (VB 9.0) Visual Basic 9.0 was released along with .NET Framework 3.5 on November 19, 2007.

  4. Visual Basic for Applications - Wikipedia

    Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) is an implementation of Microsoft's Event-Driven Programming language Visual Basic 6.0 built into most desktop Microsoft Office applications. Although based on pre-.NET Visual Basic, which is no longer supported or updated by Microsoft, the VBA implementation in Office continues to be updated to support new ...

  5. Microsoft Visual Studio Express - Wikipedia

    The 2005, 2008, and 2010 versions of Visual Studio Express consist of several standalone IDEs, each of which are focused on a single programming language: Visual Basic Express (the Visual Basic .NET language) Visual C++ Express (the Visual C++ language) Visual C# Express (the C# language) Visual J# Express (the ill-fated J# language, 2005 only)

  6. Access Database Engine - Wikipedia

    A retrofit was provided that allowed Visual Basic 3.0 users to use the updated Jet issued in Access 2.0. Jet 2.0 was released as several dynamic linked libraries (DLLs) that were utilised by application software, such as Microsoft's Access database.

  7. Microsoft Visual C++ - Wikipedia

    Microsoft Visual C++ (MSVC) is a compiler for the C, C++ and C++/CX programming languages by Microsoft.MSVC is proprietary software; it was originally a standalone product but later became a part of Visual Studio and made available in both trialware and freeware forms.

  8. MSDE - Wikipedia

    The initial release of MSDE is called the "Microsoft Desktop Engine", which is based on SQL Server 7.0 and was positioned as an alternative to using the Jet Database Engine used by Microsoft Access with a focus on its ability to operate as a client–server application instead of requiring direct access to the file system which the Jet database ...

  9. Visual Studio Tools for Applications - Wikipedia

    Visual Studio 2005 Tools for Applications is based on the .NET 2.0 framework and Visual Studio 2005, while Visual Studio Tools for Applications v 2.0 is based on the .NET 3.5 SP1 framework and Visual Studio 2008. Some of the technology developed for Visual Studio for Application (VSA) was incorporated within Visual Studio Tools for Applications.