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Hi, I'm trying to develop a client-server application using VB. The problem is I don't know how to start. What are the system requirements to develop such system? How to I test the system on a local machine? Are there some sample source codes that I can study?
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just go on www.freevbcode.com and in search write "client server" .

u will get lot of example for it.

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