Hi Jim and all,
All of the Microsoft development tools and development kits are separate downloads. The one advantage Visual Basic 2008 has over Visual Basic 6 is now the basic IDE and compiler has been released as shareware rather than under a commercial license. Similarly Visual C++ and Visual C# are also under a shareware license now days. All are decent for programming games, but there some extra features removed from the express versions that you can get with the commercial versions.


<Smile>


Jim Kitchen wrote:
Hi Bill,

Usually Visual Basic 6 would not come on a computer, one would need to buy it. Maybe Visual Basic Net might come on computers now, but not VB6.

To get to Visual Basic 6 for me it is in Program files, Microsoft Visual Studio 6.0.

Sorry, that's probably not much help.

TGIF and BFN

    Jim

BASIC programmers never die, they GOSUB and don't RETURN.

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http://www.kitchensinc.net
(440) 286-6920
Chardon Ohio USA
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