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Is VB 6.0 Free or is it licensed.

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Hi,

Is VB 6.0 Free or is it licensed.

Any links on this information please...
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Sharath
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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3] earned 250 total points
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vb6 is licenced, unless you get a limited version (which cannot compile)...
but vb6 is longer supported (AFAIK).

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Hello bsharath,

Licensed only.  VB6 is part of Visual Studio 6.0 which was only availble for purchase not for free.  It is also roughly 8 or 9 years old and not sold widely anymore.

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leew
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