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Array. Create string and integer arrays with initializers. Get elements, and use Length and For Each loops.VB.NET Array Examples, String Arrays
List. Use the List type: add, remove and get elements from Lists. Lists resize when space is needed.VB.NET List Examples
Class. Review Class types their syntax. Use the MyClass keyword and Friend classes.VB.NET Class Examples: MyClass, Friend Classes
Console. Print lines to the Console with Console.WriteLine. Call ReadLine and ReadKey to read input.VB.NET Console.WriteLine (Print)
DataTable. Use DataTable to store data in memory from databases and other data sources.VB.NET DataTable Examples
DateTime format. Use DateTime format patterns. Call the ToString method with a format string.VB.NET DateTime Format
DateTime. Use DateTime in programs. Access DateTime constructors and properties.VB.NET DateTime Examples
Dictionary. Use Dictionary and add keys and values. Call ContainsKey and TryGetValue to look up elements.VB.NET Dictionary Examples
Enum. Use Enum values to stores named and magic constants. Use if-statements with enums.VB.NET Enum Examples
File. Handle files: in the System.IO namespace, use StreamReader and StreamWriter.VB.NET File Handling
For, For Each. Use For to increment or decrement with a Step. With For Each, enumerate an array.VB.NET For Loop Examples (For Each)
If Then. Use the If Then statement. See examples for the If, ElseIf, Else and End keywords.VB.NET If Then, ElseIf, Else Examples
IndexOf. Call the IndexOf Function. IndexOf returns the index of a substring as an Integer.VB.NET IndexOf Function
Integer.Parse. Use the Integer.Parse and TryParse Functions to convert Strings to Integers.VB.NET Integer.Parse: Convert String to Integer
Keywords. See the keywords in VB.NET. Keywords are used in declarations and statements.VB.NET Keywords
Lambdas. Create lambda expressions and pass them to other methods. Use the Function keyword.VB.NET Lambda Expressions
LINQ. Use LINQ, a set of extensions to the language that enable queries.VB.NET LINQ Examples: Queries, Extensions
Nothing. Use Nothing and IsNothing. A reference that points to nothing can cause an Exception.VB.NET Nothing, IsNothing (Null)
Process. Use the Process.Start Function. Open Microsoft Word, web browsers and text files.VB.NET Process Examples (Process.Start)
Property. Use the Property keyword to improve program syntax. A property gets and sets values.VB.NET Property Examples (Get, Set)
Random. Use the Random class. Random has a Next Function and is often used as a field.VB.NET Random Numbers
Regex. Use Regex from System.Text.RegularExpressions. Match Strings based on patterns.VB.NET Regex.Match Examples: Regular Expressions
Replace. Call the Replace Function. Change all instances of one substring to another and get a new String.VB.NET Replace String Examples
Select Case. Use the Select Case statement with integers, Chars and Strings. See a nested Select Case.VB.NET Select Case Examples
Sort. See examples for sorting. Use the Array.Sort and List.Sort Functions to sort arrays and Lists.VB.NET Sort Examples: Arrays and Lists
Split. Separate strings on a value with the String.Split function. Use Char and String delimiters.VB.NET Split String Examples
String. Use the String type: create, search and modify strings. Test string functions.VB.NET String
String.Concat. Combine Strings with the plus-operator or the String.Concat Function.VB.NET String.Concat Examples
String.Format. Call the String.Format Function with patterns. Insert numbers and values into strings.VB.NET String.Format Examples: String and Integer
StringBuilder. Use the StringBuilder class to improve performance with String appends.VB.NET StringBuilder Examples
Subs, functions. Use the Sub keyword for a subroutine. See the syntax for parameters and comments.VB.NET Sub Procedure Examples
Substring. Use the Substring Function to get parts of strings. Review the arguments to Substring.VB.NET Substring Examples
ToLower, ToUpper. Use the ToLower and ToUpper Functions on strings to change the cases of letters.VB.NET ToLower and ToUpper: String Uppercase, Lowercase
TryCast. Use TryCast and DirectCast. Handle invalid casts and view casting syntax.VB.NET Cast: TryCast, DirectCast Examples
While, Do While. Use the Do While and While loops. Keep looping as long as a condition remains True.VB.NET Do While Loop Examples (While)
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