Honestly I was expecting an explanation of this kind. Speaking of all
that, I want to talk about my experience agreeing in some points of your
explanation. You were telling me about the situation when a newbie doesn't
know some programming terms. That was the case with me. I was studying about
variables in the highschool, but didn't understand what it was. I started
with the inform, red about variables, but still I couldn't understand it.
Finally, I red about jaws scripting and bingo! Similar things happened with
datatypes and some other terms. Now when I finally learned about variables
and looked in an inform example, I understood what ment the thing like "let
n be a random thing in the location." so I understood how variables
(explained in the manuals using numbers and mathematics, and I am stupid
when it comes to that) are used practically.
Once I overcame those problems I think I can start with vb.net. As I
can't find the messages that were posted recently on the list about all
that, I would like if you Tom, or someone other, can point me out to a free
version of vb if it exists. I am not in a quite good finansial situation
now, so I don't want to buy something not knowing if I will succeed in it.
Thanks for the explanation and for everything!
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