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Old 15-01-2009
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V.b. 6.0

I Am making a project in V.B. 6.0, I have no problem in Form designing, But i Have problems in coding. How to do Coding. I have no idea.
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Old 15-01-2009
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Re: V.b. 6.0

Thread moved from Guides & Tutorials to Software Development.
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Re: V.b. 6.0

Well Vinod its good you know the form designing but for coding part you need to go through books on VB.
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Re: V.b. 6.0

Here is a tutorial which will help you to know about coding in VB 6.0.

http://www.hitmill.com/programming/v...html#begincode

Also look at this http://www.hitmill.com/programming/vb/hello.html which gives a simple explanation of "Hello World" program.

Hope that helps.
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Old 15-01-2009
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Re: V.b. 6.0

Writing Code
The Code Editor window is where you write Visual Basic code for your application. Code consists of language statements, constants, and declarations. Using the Code Editor window, you can quickly view and edit any of the code in your application.

To open the Code window
  • Double-click the form or control for which you choose to write code.

    –or–
  • From the Project Explorer window, select the name of a form or module, and choose the View Code button.
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Re: V.b. 6.0

Hi Vinod,

If you are beginner for V.B 6.0 then I will suggest you to go for W3 schools, this is the very nice web site for biginners.

Regards,
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