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Why VB6 isnt a toy:

1. VB6 is better as it doesnt need .NET framework so it runs on older pcs
2. VB6 apps use less memory
3. People who paid hundreds/thousands for VB6 licences dont want to have to get new ones
4. VB6 isnt that different to .NET
5. Very useful language

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Oops! Did I just start a flame war :eek: This isn't the place for it, so I won't respond any more.

Oh yes you just did start a flame war Mr. Mel (gotchya real name):twisted:

Oh man, just when I thought it was the right time to jump right in the fight, you people stop fighting. Not fair. :mrgreen:

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Oh yes you just did start a flame war Mr. Mel (gotchya real name):twisted:

Shucks! cscgal must have tattled:eek:

Oh man, just when I thought it was the right time to jump right in the fight, you people stop fighting. Not fair. :mrgreen:

:mrgreen: :mrgreen: I would rather bail out still friends then win and gain enemies.

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Shucks! cscgal must have tattled :eek:

Nah...I have my own ways...(*hint* : an email)

I would rather bail out still friends then win and gain enemies.

How diplomatic.....:cheesy:

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Sorry my thread started a flame war as you guys put it, but anyway, I haven't started with vb or anything like that, I started with c++ and I'm finding it smooth going so far, I even wrote a simple programme that is relevant to my future profession - cool huh? And guess what, I really love C++ now, I want to go on to something else after about a year or so of constant c++ programming, I don't have much ideas as far as programmes go but I guess I'll just try with whatever comes to mind!!!

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