One item you strive to avoid when you design and implement a feature is unexpected behavior. Unfortunately there is one case we couldn't avoid with Lambda's in VB9. I just ran into the this problem when coding up a handler. I wanted to disable a button when the text of particular TextBox was empty. I wrote the following code to handle the situation.
AddHandler c.TextChanged, Function() okButton.Enabled = (0 <> c.Text.Length)
This doesn't quite do what I intended. This instead will simply compare the two values.
In VB9 Lambda Expressions are always an expression. In version 9 of VB, there is no concept of an assignment as an expression. There is only a statement version. As a result this doesn't do anything useful.
This has tripped up a few people along the way. It's an unfortunate side effect of only supporting expression lambdas.
I was able to work around this by defining a function which did what I intended. I called this function in the lambda expression and the problem was solved.