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Code View Utility for VB for DOS?

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Does anyone know if there is a code-view utility for VB for DOS and where I can get it?  This code-view has to be for MS-DOS and able to view *.bas files while running.
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Vb strores any archive in text mode, so the only thing you need is to open any Bas, Frm or even Vbp file in a text editor like the ms-dos Edit program. You will be able to read the file
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