Hi Milos,

I have programmed in Basic for thirty years.  All of my windows games are 
programmed in VB6.  I do believe that VB6 is the easiest language to learn and 
use.  And that it can do anything that one would want it to do for making an 
audio game.

Here is my VB6 Hello World program

a=MsgBox("Hello World","")

And from my free windows sapi5 text to speech games page.

guessvb.zip.  is a simple sample guess the number game with it's VB6 source 
code.  It uses the sapi5 text to speech engine and DirectX.  I have commented 
the code hopefully so that one can tell what each line of code does.  All of my 
code is in the guess.frm file and starts with the line that reads

' Sample guess the number game  By Jim Kitchen




I like Visual Basic 6.0 because I can not C.

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Chardon Ohio USA
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