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Why is Visual Basic not implemented in SoloLearn?

I am coding sometimes a week, and I am using Visual Basic programming language and I will plan to code even more, even trying to create an operating system. While SoloLearn contains C#, which almost meets my needs and using Java style variable declaration, why is Visual Basic programming language not implemented in SoloLearn? There is Mono VB compiler for Linux, and it should work on Android.

2nd Feb 2019, 9:52 AM
EoflaOE - avatar
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There are more than 256 programming languages. SL started off with 6 or 7 of the popular ones, and has been expanding the lesson base ever since. Why don't we have Assembly? Haskell? Lisp? Lua? Prolog? Cobol? There's no specific reason, since these languages were not purposely omitted, in contrary to popular belief (?). It could be the case that someone has already started writing VB lessons for SL, and is in the middle of it. A lot of content in SL is community-generated, so if you happen to know someone who might be able to contribute, do try to hook them up to the app! :>
3rd Feb 2019, 11:47 AM
Hatsy Rei
Hatsy Rei - avatar
Thank you Hatsy Rei for your quick reply! I appreciate that.
3rd Feb 2019, 3:05 PM
EoflaOE - avatar