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Tip of the Day
Language: Visual Basic
Expertise: Beginner
Jul 24, 1997

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16-Bit Programs

Question:
Is there ANY way to write a program in Visual Basic 5.0 for Windows 95 and then have people running Windows 3.1 be able to use it?

Answer:
Nope. VB 4.0 was the last version to support 16-bit development. If you want to do development for that platform, I'd recommend staying with VB 3.0. It was the last really good release for 16-bit Windows -- VB 4.0 16-bit was slow as a dog.

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