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Language: Visual Basic
Expertise: Beginner
Jul 7, 1997



Application Security Testing: An Integral Part of DevOps

VB5.0 - Compiling

I have recently created a program in VB5.0 on a WIN 95 system... on that system the program works great. Now I want to make my program accessable on a Win 3.1 machine... how do I do this.. the program won't run the way it was compiled.

Visual Basic 5.0 creates ONLY 32-bit applications. This means that they will not work under Windows 3.1. If you want to create applications for Windows 3.1, you will have to use either version 3.0 or version 4.0 (16-bit) of Visual Basic. Microsoft has stopped supporting 16-bit development with the advent of Visual Basic 5.0.

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