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Sorry if I'm jumping in here but I thought the conversation was interesting, I have worked with diehards of both language conventions. Both had valid reasons for their preferred environment.

But if I may, as a programmer that started writing software using Clipper (way back when, but late in life mid 40's and now nearing retirement) then progressed to VB4-6 and now VB.Net may I suggest that VB was for me an easier language to learn, and more importantly correct me if I'm wrong. One can create a working application very quickly using Visual Basic.

It's been a long time since I have to anything to do in C mainly because the company I work for uses Visual Basic as it's preferred programming environment.
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