VB 5 - 6 Differences

Posted on 2003-10-29
Last Modified: 2012-03-15
This is mostly to have a discussion/lsting of VB 5 - 6 differences.

Kindly contribute as to what differences you find between vb 5 and vb 6.
Obselete fns. New fns.
Controls that dont work in both.

and so on.
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This link doesn't work when clicked. You can paste it to address bar.

You can also go here:

and click What's new in Visual Basic 6 link.
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I beleive my answer is OK.

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