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Visual Basic for macbook pro ?


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I just bought new macbook pro notebook n i m totally new in this os i want visual basic for mac is it possible pls help me
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Visual Basic does not work with OS X unless you use Mono which isn't equivalent in terms of functionality when compared to MS's version of .NET. Are you looking for a VB replacement or a development environment like VB?

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Visual Basic does not work with OS X unless you use Mono which isn't equivalent in terms of functionality when compared to MS's version of .NET. Are you looking for a VB replacement or a development environment like VB?
Hi, I was just wondering what is Mono?
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Main Page - Mono - That will explain it better than I can. Essentially though, it's a cross platform .NET runtime and development framework.

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