LotusScript and its similarity to VB - 08-09-2005 , 10:45 AM
I have a background as a Lotus Notes Administrator and I want to get into
Does anyone know if LotusScript is more similar to VB6 or VB.net.
I want to go on a course for one of these to improve my LotusScript, which
is apparantly very similar to VB. ( There is a lack of adequate courses on
LotusScript) .....As you can see however, i am confused about the differences
between the VB6 and VB.net.
RE: LotusScript and its similarity to VB - 08-09-2005 , 01:18 PM
lotus experience is over 6 years old.
RE: LotusScript and its similarity to VB - 08-11-2005 , 06:18 AM
would you say that getting some coding skills in vb6 would be helpful in
improving my lotusscript?
I am a programming beginner, aware of programming principles but lacking in
practise. I have not found any decent lotusscript programming books for
beginners. My level is too low for the currently available books on the
subject, hence why i am considering a vb6 course.
what do you think?
RE: LotusScript and its similarity to VB - 08-11-2005 , 07:58 AM
language (of lotus script, vb6 and vb.net) is the same. The problem is which
kind of course (or book) will better help you meet your lotus script needs.
I think you will get more lotus punch per dollar or hour with vb6.
I would urge you to do two things. (1) Find out lotus's opinion. If they
have .net plans, then .net is the way to go, but absent this, i urge vb6.
(2) Try wading through a beginner book first. Search these newsgroups for
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