What is new in VB 9.0 in VB.NET?
Visual Basic version 9.0 is a part of next version of .NET Framework (3.0) and Visual Studio 2008. This article and attached document talks about new features of VB 9.0.
Visual Basic version 9.0 is a part of next version of .NET Framework (3.0) and Visual Studio 2008. It is build on VB 8.0 (.NET 2.0) and adds several new features to the language to make it more parallel language to C# 3.0. Some of the new features in VB 9.0 are following:
- Implicitly typed local variables
- Query comprehensions
- Object initializers
- Anonymous types
- Full integration with the Linq framework
- Deep XML support
- Relaxed delegates
- Nullable types
- Dynamic interfaces
- Dynamic identifiers
Download attached document provided by Microsoft team to learn more about these new features.