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CharCount, GetFirstWord, SortSentense, CountDays VB.NET

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My Job Exam that i Fail because...
i am no longer familiar with VB6.0
and i didn't expect it...
because i applied for a VB.NET programmer...
an Entry-Level...
and then they give me that exam,

i didn't say anything like...

"Why you're giving me this kind of exam? i thought it was a vb.net exam? this is not what i'm applying for..."

i just keep silence and take the exam because i'm nervous ^_^

So Sad...

i know that it's to easy but i'm not prepared for that kind of exam,
it's different from what i review before i go to that place and take the exam... and it's been a year before i stop using vb6.0... T_T




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Hi i'm vb.net developer working as a programmer in our company if you want to be vb.net
developer First you need To strong familiar about vb.6 then reviewed the connection vb.net to sql server through IP or LAN then you need learn How to save,update,delete and search ,after that you must strong imagination and logic about coding!!! :)

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"CharCount, GetFirstWord, SortSentense, CountDays VB.NET"
study about How to use FOR NEXT loop in vb.net,How to use FOR EACH loop in VB.NET, How to use vb.net While End While loop

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