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#1
[Originally posted by john trash]

Hello there,

I have got following problem: I have got some programs in Visual Basic 5 and 6
and I would like to adopt .NET technology. How to do it? How to do it in a
case that I cannot change VB programs running on client side?

Thanx for any idea...

JT.
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#2
Re: VB to .NET
[Originally posted by fgrimes]

Hi JT,

>> I would like to adopt .NET technology

There are literally hundreds of articles on the Web, and on MSDN, about
migrating from VB to VB .NET. For example, start with
http://msdn.microsoft.com/vbasic/using/.

>> How to do it in a case that I cannot change
>> VB programs running on client side?

Do what?

Fergal