Most Popular & Common Industrial Application Software Scripting
Main difference between VB and VBA?
VBAVisual Basic for Applications
VBA is a powerful scripting tool that is fully integrated into many industrial SCADA and supporting applications to let you quickly and easily
automate operator tasks and create automation solutions.
VBA scripts can be as simple or complex as you need them to be, allowing you to add custom functionality and extend your SCADA software
as needed to accommodate your automation strategy. Its powerful and easy-to-use development environment allows you to reuse existing Visual Basic code.
VBA is an implementation of Microsoft's event-driven programming language Visual Basic 6, which
was declared legacy in 2008, and its associated integrated development environment (IDE).
Although pre-.NET Visual Basic is no longer supported or updated by Microsoft, the VBA programming language
was upgraded in 2010 with the introduction of Visual Basic for Applications 7 in Microsoft Office applications and it is still popular in
industrial applications and customizations.
What is main difference
between VBA and VB?
VB uses VBA as its central code
You can not create Executable and
ActiveX with VBA but you can write script code with
VBA allows you to customize and
extend product capabilities.
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