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Look, I still program in VB6. I refuse to migrate to a slower VB.NET and Microsoft has said they will no longer support Visual Basic except in the .NET platform. So I have been trying to figure out where to go next. I finally figured it out. I got an offer the other day from www.realbasic.com that I still don't exactly understand but I still love. They gave me their RealBASIC programming system because I am a Visual Basic programmer. Yes, their $60 (standard edition) cross platform (windows linux and macintosh) GUI/Compiler/IDE setup for free. It even has a Visual Basic project converter! It is completely free until April 15, so get one now only here:http://www.realsoftware.com/realbasic/vb6/
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