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Delphi to Visual Basic conversion

Posted on 1998-12-20
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Gentlemen,
Have you seen a Delphi to Visual Basic converter program?
One that would be free of course.

Or if you have the knowledge,
post your email address and I will send you the sample
I need to convert.

As always,
many thanks.
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Question by:idcanada
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by:jecksom
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Hi idcanda!

As i think your problem will solve faster, if you post this question in ex-ex's VB area also,
since personally it's much more easy to convert sources from VB->Delphi for me and
i guess it's likewise for VB developers.

Jecksom

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by:skatan187
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I have a program designed to convert vb2delpi
try this..
http://www.xeaglex.com/projectsum.html#vb2d

SkAtAn
HappY NeW YeAR




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by:skatan187
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Ps. That does NOT mean that I am a vb programmer eh =)
Micro$oFt SuCKs.. :+), I just grabbed it from a shareware
cd .. RoLF..
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by:Edo082297
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Dear IdCanda

Why in God's name would anyone want such a device? What strange drugs have they been taking and will these people be allowed to reproduce?

;)

Edo
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alright.. this WAS a program to convert vb to delphi..
and I have it here, and it works.. oh wel...
another solution is to compile the program in an object file
(.obj .. dunno how to do that in vi$ual ba$ic maybe its not even possible since basic is has interpreter in stead of compiler..
(I know vb QUOOTTEE cOMpILES QUUOOTEE  but still.. dunno)
and then all the procedures and functions can be called in your delphi app...

SkATAn ! YES !! the program DOES exist and DOES work !
(nArg.. whatever..)
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