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My question is placed solely to award points to an expert (who knows who he or she is).  My question is, how many years have you been programming VB?  
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by:Brendt Hess
ID: 2801145
4.25 years total in VB programming for me.
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by:simonstre
ID: 2801239
about one year, but a great one :-)
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by:Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]
ID: 2801306
--IMMEDIATE WINOW--------------------
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629.476226851853
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Now this is for VB5 and VB6
I saw BASIC in year 1988
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by:martingp
ID: 2801318
2 years as a professional. First year in Europe - currently working in southern California.
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by:Mphi1
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Thanks folks but I'm just looking for an answer from jimvanover b/c he and another expert contributed equally to a previous question.
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jimvanover earned 2000 total points
ID: 2802717
Since VB3 was released... As a hobby but "for Pay" for about 5 years.

Jim

(I had trouble finding this question!)
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by:Mphi1
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Thanks again Jim.  Hopefully one day I'll also be a guru (less than 1 year here).  One more thing, you're shown as making a comment, not giving an answer so I can't give the points yet.  Just provide some answer and it'll be done.

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by:Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]
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Mphi, you can reject previous answer and then accept comment as answer
Good luck
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