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GBIC: VB6 Syntax


The following is reprinted for archival purposes from Gary Beene's Information Center, with permission from Mr. Beene himself.


'VB code is written one line at a time, A line of code is called a statement. (Not all languages
'recognize the end of a line as the end of a statement).

MyString = "hello"

'There are two variations on the rule of one line per statement:
'1. The underline character can be used to allow a long line of code to span multiple physical lines (simply a visual aide)
MyString = "the boys are about" & _
"where we want them"

'2. A colon can be used to put two or more statements on a single line
MyString = "hello" : YourString = "goodbye"

'VB allows the placement of comments in a line - comments are descriptive text which
'will be ignored during execution of the program. Comments are usually shown in
'the IDE as green-colored text. There are two ways to comment code:

'1. start the line with 'REM'
Rem this is a comment line

'2. all code to the right of an apostrophe is treated as a comment
My String = "hello" 'comments go here

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Posted: 2021-02-11
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