Variables

Introduction

When you are creating your VB application you will find that you will need to store certain values. For example, after showing an options dialog, you will need to save the information selected to some variables so you can acess the data after the dialog box has been removed from the memory. You can use variables to store this information. They are called variables because they store variable information (information that changes)

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James first started this website when learning Visual Basic back in 1999 whilst studying his GCSEs. The site grew steadily over the years while being run as a hobby - to a regular monthly audien...

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