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can anyone comment on the features missing in the visual basic learning edition?
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I believe some of the limitattions include:
Unable to compile to native code.
No remote data access
ActiveX Control Interface Wizard
ActiveX Document Migration Wizard
Data Form Wizard
PropertyPage Wizard
Setup Wizard Enhancements
Class Builder
Wizard Toolbar
Wizard Manager
Add-in Toolbar
Visual Data Manager
Overview of New Client/Server Data Access Options
DataBindings Collection
ODBCDirect
Partial Replication
Forward-only Type Recordset Object
MaxRecords Property
SetOption Method
Multithreaded and Thread-safe ActiveX Components
Migration to COM in a Distributed Environment
Connection Designer
SQL Debugging
Background Processing with ActiveX Components
Application Performance Explorer (APE)
Distributed Application Configuration Utilities
Repository

Many more which are too numerous to mention (ie I got tired of copying them)
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Wow, thanks, they go to alot of trouble to limit that thing, So what's left to learn?
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What's left to learn?  The contruction of Forms (windows) and the BASIC syntax as it relates to Windows.

The learning edition is just that.  It allows a novice to get his/her feet wet in the wonderful world of programming without being overwhelmed.  Once you are comfortable, then you move up to the professional edition or the enterprise edition.  The latter is usually reserved for corporate development.  I use the enterprise at work but have found the professional suits me well at home.
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