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4. General Concepts

4. General Concepts

Visual Studio .NET 2003

This chapter covers a number of concepts that are required to understand the semantics of the Microsoft Visual Basic .NET language. Many of the concepts should be familiar to Visual Basic programmers or C/C++ programmers, but their precise definitions may differ.

See Also

4.1 Declarations | 4.3 Inheritance | 4.4 Implementation | 4.5 Polymorphism | 4.6 Accessibility | 4.2 Scope | 4.7 Type and Namespace Names | 4.7.1 Qualified Name Resolution | 5. Attributes

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