Visual Basic is an event driven programming language, developed by Alan Cooper for Microsoft. This programming language is a dialect of BASIC, with important additions. The first version was introduced in 1991 with the intention to simplify programming using a fully graphical development environment to facilitate the creation of graphical interfaces and as well as the programming in itself.
The last version was the 6, released in 1998, for which Microsoft extended support until March 2008. In 2001 Microsoft planned to abandon the development based on the Win32 API and move to a common framework framework or library, regardless of the version of the operating system. NET Framework through Visual Basic. NET (and other languages like C Sharp (C#) code transition easily between them) was the successor to Visual Basic 6.
Although Visual Basic is for general purpose, it also provides facilities for developing database applications using Data Access Objects, Remote Data Objects, or ActiveX Data Objects.
Visual Basic (Visual Studio) contains an integrated development environment or IDE that integrates a text editor to edit the source code, a debugger, compiler and editor GUI.
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