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VB6 Equivalent

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Hi guys,

I have an application created in VB.NET but I have to rewrite it on VB6. This is my first time to use VB so I don't have an idea what are the equivalent of the object below in VB6.

1) MenuStrip
2) openfiledialog
3) richtextbox
4) reading a file per line
5) sockets

Hope you can help me guys.
Nov 28 '07 #1
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2) openfiledialog - Use FilesystemObject and/or the MS Common Dialog control
3) richtextbox - Same
4) reading a file per line - What is the question?
Nov 29 '07 #2

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2) openfiledialog - Use FilesystemObject and/or the MS Common Dialog control
3) richtextbox - Same
4) reading a file per line - What is the question?
Hi,

Thanks...I already solved reading a file. Can you show me simple example of MS Common Dialog control or FileSystemObje? I tried common dialog control but it doesnt work.
Nov 29 '07 #3

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Thanks...I already solved reading a file. Can you show me simple example of MS Common Dialog control or FileSystemObje? I tried common dialog control but it doesnt work.
Have a look at http://www.thescripts.com/forum/thread697284.html.

As for Common Dialogue control, sorry I don't have time to come up with a sample right now. I hope someone else can.
Nov 29 '07 #4

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Have a look at http://www.thescripts.com/forum/thread697284.html.

As for Common Dialogue control, sorry I don't have time to come up with a sample right now. I hope someone else can.
Thanks,

I was able to create and use FileSystemObject but unlike OpenFileDialog it does not show a dialog box which contains the files? Is there a way to do this? Any idea?
Nov 29 '07 #5

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Thanks,

I was able to create and use FileSystemObject but unlike OpenFileDialog it does not show a dialog box which contains the files? Is there a way to do this? Any idea?
FilesystemObject is just an object you use in your code to work with the file system. The Common Dialog control is the one which gives you access to the Windows common dialogues (such as colour selection, file selection, printer selection, etc.)
Nov 29 '07 #6

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