Access VBA and C++ Cross Reference Guide
By Mike Prestwood
Access VBA versus C++: A side by side comparison between Access VBA and C++.
Version: This content is based on Microsoft Access 2003.
This content focuses on topics in common among the languages documented here so this content most likely applies to Access 2007 as well as earlier versions such as Access 97, 2000, and 2002.
In addition, much of the Access information presented here is in common with ASP Classic (with some notable differences) and VB Classic (very closely). Finally, the syntax for VB.Net is based on VB so some of it even applies to VB.Net.
Version: This content is based on Visual C++ and/or C++Builder and was tested in Microsoft Visual Studio.Net 2008 and/or C++Builder 2009.
This content focuses on topics in common among the languages documented here so nearly all this syntax applies to other C++ development environments as well as earlier versions of C++.
Much of Java's syntax will look similar to both Java and C# but there are significant differences.
Note: To be clear, the subject of this information is generic C++ and all code snippets are based on either Visual C++ by Microsoft or C++Builder by CodeGear (or both). Although much of the information applies to other C++ tools, we only verified the syntax and information within Visual C++ and C++Builder.