Visual Studio 2019 Preview can be downloaded from the link below. You need to have a Microsoft account to download the package.
Inline with the release of Visual Studio 2019, we have also released our tutorial on the latest VB.Net programming language, Visual Basic 2019 Tutorial for the benefits of our loyal students and followers.
Getting into the Visual Basic 2019 IDE is quite differently from Visual Basic 2017. But not to worry, our tutor has included the detail steps in launching Visual Basic 2019 in the follow lesson:
We can create board games in Visual Basic. Creating board games require some basic knowledge of maths as we need to perform some calculations. For example, we need to use the knowledge of matrix to create a board for the snakes and ladders game. Besides that, we also need to write decision-making code to deal with board games, as shown in the reversi game, where we use the If…Then..Else statements to check how many white and black pieces appear on the reversi board and which positions they occupy.
In the case of Tic Tac Toe , we need to use the Boolean logic to check the adjacent slots are empty or not. In the game of Star War, we use the principle of the projectile in physics to chart the paths of motion.
It is fairly easy to write maths and science programs in Visual Basic. Basically, it involves the use of arithmetic operators, mathematical expressions, functions, formulas, and equations. For example, Here are some examples: