Dec 12th, 2007, 02:14 PM
Hello MS VB Team,
Seems that with the popularity of APIs we would think that newer versions of VB would incorporate them into easy function calls and be internally defined by default so we dont have to always be declaring them. True we could create a class for them for reuse in all our projects but it would be nicer to have them built in.
Is there any plans to embed them or could you tell us why its not feasible or done?
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