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Is there functionality in Visual studio for automatic method stub generation in VB.NET?

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Hi,

Trying to figure out the various nuances of going from C# to VB.NET in visual studio.

Is there support for automatic method stub generation?

Any decent resources anyone knows of for various differences in IDE behaviour between the two languages?

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There are lots of differences between VB.net and c#, not only in refactoring features (some explained here: http://blogs.msdn.com/theolddog/archive/2009/02/17/fighting-with-vb-net.aspx) but with language itself.
If you are working in c#, I strongly suggest to keep there. There is far more C# code available in internet than vb.net.
C# is the native .net language, while vb.net was created for legacy requirements. C# language was designed from the ground taking the best of C++, java and others. While vb.net took old vb6 as a base.
There are lots of comparison articles in internet, like this one: http://geekswithblogs.net/murraybgordon/archive/2005/09/30/55626.aspx

 
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Thanks very much
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