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Can someone please point me to a utility which converts Visual Basic projects, forms, and source (cls and bas files) to Visual C++ projects and source?
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Homer by CiceroSoft (German company)

English version of their home page is
http://www.cicerosoft.com/eindex.htm

Can't give you a more exact URL because of the use of frames on their site but should be easy to navigate to it.

There is a download version you can evaluate for 30 days.
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