Other characteristics of C# not applicable to Visual Basic .NET:Report
- By default, numeric operations are not checked. This results in slightly faster code, at the risk that numeric overflows will not be detected. However, the programmer can place arithmetic operations into a checked context to activate overflow checking. (It can be done in Visual Basic by checking an option)
- C# identifiers are case-sensitive.
- To assign the same value to multiple variables, you can use a=b=c