Lowercase Keywords Revisited (not an April Fools' Day joke this time, I promise)

Posted by: The Visual Basic Team, on 03 Apr 2015 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Hey all, I hope you enjoyed yesterday's April Fools' Day post. I thought it was a fun way to kick off an experiment I'd like to conduct and in this post I'll tell you how you can actually try out lowercase keywords for VB on your machine right now no matter what version of VS you're using (no joke). You see, a few years back Architect-emeritus Paul Vick asked a question, "Do PascalCased keywords make VB look more verbose than it really is?" At the time I didn't really give the question enough thought...

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