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I have been using VB6 for meny years but I think I should
upgrage to VB 2010.
Can I call up the VB6 programmes that I have written into VB2010 ??????
Also can I just get an upgrade not the full price ?????
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The more direct path from vb6 to vb 2010 can be achieved
by using the Visual Basic Upgrade Companion (VBUC)
This tool can be download following the msdn link: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/vbasic/ff793478
Hmmm.. just what i hear form others... but, VB6 is still the "best" for most works, and that it's not worth it to learn the entire way of VB coding and forms all over again.
Even I can answer this one.
You cannot directly upgrade VB6 code to VB 2010. Microsoft does provide a utility that will tell you where changes are needed.
"Visual Basic 6.0 to Visual Basic .NET Upgrade Assessment Tool"
Also I'm sure you cannot upgrade from VB6 to 2010.
I think I might stay with VB6
It is possible to migrate vb6 code to vb 2010 ..
but you need to do slightly extra operation ..
You can achieve by taking help of vb 8
vb6 > vb8 > vb2010
vb 8 to vb 2010 migration is possible
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