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Converting VB6 to VB.NET, Part I   By dotnet.sys-con.com
If you re one of the many who have VB6 code you have three basic options stay with VB6 convert to .NET or rewrite from scratch. In this article we will look at converting VB6 code to VB.NET and C . I ll discuss when it makes sense to convert versus staying with VB6 or rewriting from scratch. I will cover what converts well and what does not different...

Converting VB6 to VB.NET, part 3   By dotnet.sys-con.com
This is the third and final installment in a three-part series. In the first installment .NETDJ Vol. 2 issue 9 I covered general conversion issues in the second installment Vol. 2 issue 10 I finished general conversion issues and covered issues associated with database conversions. In this final installment I will cover ASP Web page conversions...

Hewlett-Packard IBM and Microsoft are all licensees of the same patents that Kodak is successfully suing Sun Microsystems for infringing the Eastman Kodak Co. revealed yesterday....

Converting VB6 to VB.NET, Part II   By dotnet.sys-con.com
Last month Vol. 2 issue 9 I gave an executive overview of the conversion process and started looking at converting general VB6 code to VB.NET. This month I will finish general conversions including DLLs then start on database conversions. Next month in the final segment I will cover converting ASP.NET Web pages and look at converting to VB.NET...

.NET Makeover   By dotnet.sys-con.com
As developers in the 1990s we became accustomed to migrating applications from one version of VB to the next. We expected Microsoft to continually provide new VB releases that addressed feedback from the developer community also known as identified bugs made VB software developers more productive and took another step toward true object-oriented...

At one time or another most applications have to determine when a certain subroutine or function is executed and inform the user when an important event or an error occurred. Over the years clever developers created different methods for these kinds of notifications. At some point in time just about every Visual Basic programmer has tried using a...

Converting VB6 to VB.NET, Part I   By dndj.sys-con.com
If you re one of the many who have VB6 code you have three basic options stay with VB6 convert to .NET or rewrite from scratch. In this article we will look at converting VB6 code to VB.NET and C . I ll discuss when it makes sense to convert versus staying with VB6 or rewriting from scratch. I will cover what converts well and what does not different...

Converting VB6 to VB.NET, part 3   By dndj.sys-con.com
This is the third and final installment in a three-part series. In the first installment .NETDJ Vol. 2 issue 9 I covered general conversion issues in the second installment Vol. 2 issue 10 I finished general conversion issues and covered issues associated with database conversions. In this final installment I will cover ASP Web page conversions...

Hewlett-Packard IBM and Microsoft are all licensees of the same patents that Kodak is successfully suing Sun Microsystems for infringing the Eastman Kodak Co. revealed yesterday....

Converting VB6 to VB.NET, Part II   By dndj.sys-con.com
Last month Vol. 2 issue 9 I gave an executive overview of the conversion process and started looking at converting general VB6 code to VB.NET. This month I will finish general conversions including DLLs then start on database conversions. Next month in the final segment I will cover converting ASP.NET Web pages and look at converting to VB.NET...

.NET Makeover   By dndj.sys-con.com
As developers in the 1990s we became accustomed to migrating applications from one version of VB to the next. We expected Microsoft to continually provide new VB releases that addressed feedback from the developer community also known as identified bugs made VB software developers more productive and took another step toward true object-oriented...

At one time or another most applications have to determine when a certain subroutine or function is executed and inform the user when an important event or an error occurred. Over the years clever developers created different methods for these kinds of notifications. At some point in time just about every Visual Basic programmer has tried using a...

Microsoft Windows Forms QuickStarts Tutorial   By samples.gotdotnet.com
The Windows Forms QuickStart is a series of Windows Forms samples and supporting commentary designed to quickly acquaint you with the programming model architecture and power of Windows Forms. The QuickStart samples are designed to be short easy-to-understand illustrations of many of the features of Windows Forms. By the time you have completed the...

VB .NET Uncovered Getting Started   By developer.com
Move over Ibiza here comes VB.NET Uncovered In this six-part series the wizzy Karl Moore gives you the ultimate lowdown on the next version of Visual Basic in English. In this first instalment he looks at setting up VB.NET explores the new programming environment plus does the 39; Hello World& 39; thing all over again....

vb.net tips   By metaprosystems.com
this is a site it provides a useful dotnet trick tips...

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