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Hi I’m new in VB I’m using VB6, I’ve been using Delphi. My question is does visual has on event programming like Delphi where for example you could program on click event on a textbox? And if yes where can I find it

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To find the events for any object on your form, open the code window.  At the top are 2 dropdowns.  The left combobox is a list of the form objects, the right one lists the events available for that object.

For an illustration see the section "The Code Window" here:
http://courseweb.xu.edu.ph/manuals/vbasic/intro.htm
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