Yes thanks, I've just been programming in procedural type Basic for so long
that I don't see myself learning a whole new type of programming. And I must
say that I think that your BGT is a very good thing. I know that lots of
people have ideas and want to create games. But learning a whole programming
language such as C++ can be very daunting. I am looking forward to seeing what
all games are created with BGT.
TGIF and BFN
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Of course, we are all talking personal opinions here and I fully respect
yours. However I personally feel that when a product is as old as Vb6 and
official support has been dropped for quite some time, it would be
inadviseable for new programmers to learn it only to discover that they have
learnt technology that was at its peak 10 years ago. If, like yourself, one
has been using the tool for a considerable time then that is a different
story. If you feel that you are comfortable with Vb 6 and want to continue
using it despite support having been dropped then that, of course, is
entirely your choice. In any case I shall certainly continue to play your
games from time to time.
If computers are our tool, how come we have to take classes to learn to do it
Chardon Ohio USA
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