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Language: Visual Basic
Expertise: Intermediate
Aug 20, 1997

Run Multiple Copies of VB

For debugging or whenever you want to copy code from one project to another, it would be very easy if you could have two instances of VB running at the same time. Unfortunately, Microsoft decided to let you start it only once. Short of getting a second machine or running NT, there's a simple solution: make a copy of your VB.EXE called, for example, VB1.EXE. If you run VB.EXE first, you can start VB1 and have a second copy running. Note that doing things the other way around--starting VB1 and then VB--won't work.
Michiel de
 
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