Want Visual Basic 6?

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richard14110
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Want Visual Basic 6?

Postby richard14110 » Jun 10, 2012 20:24

1. Click [Link redacted by moderator as VB 6 is a licensed Microsoft product.]

2. Click "Click here to start download from sendspace"

3. Save

4. Extract

5. Open Enterprise.exe

6. Open VB6.EXE


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Mihail_B
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Re: Want Visual Basic 6?

Postby Mihail_B » Jun 12, 2012 8:59

richard14110 wrote: [Link redacted by moderator as VB 6 is a licensed Microsoft product.]
Moderation.


Instead ... you may access "Microsoft Academic Alliance bla-bla-bla" and get developing tools from Microsoft ...
including VB6 Enterprise ... but you need to be eligible [like a student at an CS univ ... etc].... [but the license is only while you are part of univ and .... and ... and for the only purpose of learning {no comercial use}]
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Re: Want Visual Basic 6?

Postby yetifoot » Jun 16, 2012 15:10

The VB6 link was removed by a moderator as VB6 can't be freely distributed like that.

However if you want a version of VB to play with, without the legality issues, you may have some luck searching for VB6 Working Model Edition, or VB5 Custom Control Edition (VB5CCE). These were versions that MS made freely available. They did not have a proper compile option, but you can program, save and run your programs in them, and most of the other features were available. Think QBASIC Interpreter vs QB4.5 Compiler.

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