How to create a Programming language in Visual Basic

In this tutorial, I’ll be showing you how to make a Programming language in Visual Basic by connecting the Module and Windows Form Application. This tutorial is quiet big so I made a video on Youtube and divided into two parts. I kindly request you to watch them and read the information given below.

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3 [Optional]:

The programming language we created isn’t a compiler but you can test it right from the Software. The programming language doesn’t have quotes to express strings but I’ll let you know when I’m ready to show you how to do that. The Source file/ Project to my Programming language can be downloaded from here. I din’t show many stuffs that is on my Programming Language so i recommend you to have a look at my Project. The standalone version of my Programming language is not available because I have not completed my project yet but I’ll inform you guys when it’s ready. I’ll keep updating the source as well as the standalone version and I have planned to call my programming language ‘Leopard Script’. This project is still in progress but you’ll have access to all the development releases of my Programming Language from the templates page of my Blog.


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  3. Can i write a simple programs like addition subtractions etc. in runime?
    enter num : 5(given by user)
    enter another num: 7(given by user)


    • Yes that is possible in Visual C#, I recommend you to follow Gruntlover2’s tutorial series because I don’t have Windows anymore but maybe one day if get a chance I’ll try to figure out how to do the same thing on VB because even I wondering about this for a long time…

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