But on Michael Kaplan's blog I found something that might puzzle even the most addicted VB fan. What does this code print when run?
Console.WriteLine("Schrödinger's cat is not dead.")
Console.WriteLine("Schrödinger's cat is dead.")
Nope, it doesn't produce a compiler error as you might expect. Give your guess here as a comment and then head over to Michael's blog for the answer. To try it out yourself in Visual Studio copy-and-paste the code in Module1.vb in a freshly created Visual Basic console application project.