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Is it possible to Convert Borland C++6 to visual.net ?

I have a project that uses VCL with Tee chart support and other external
controls.
There are quite a few persnoal reasons for converting this over to visual.net
and would like to know if it is possible.
Can the Borland librarys be used with visual.net
or is there a way that I can use the Microsoft librarys?

Thank you
Dave
Jul 21 '05 #1
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Can the Borland librarys be used with visual.net
or is there a way that I can use the Microsoft librarys?


Which Borland libraries are you using? If you are using the VCL, not they
cannot be used with VC++ because they are pascal source and comiled to C++
OBJ by the BCB compiler, but using Borland format. BCB also have "VCL"
extensions for dealing with Pascal source that VC++ cannot understand.
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