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    vb and pocket pc

    can pocket pc apps be developed with vb6?

    if so can anyone point me to a tutorial?

    thanks!

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    Re: vb and pocket pc

    Originally posted by Muddy
    can pocket pc apps be developed with vb6?

    if so can anyone point me to a tutorial?

    thanks!
    I'm not entirely positive but I do not think so.. The dependency files are to big.. You can use VB.NET though
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    G'Day Muddy,

    No, not in true sense of development.

    What you can do is obtain M$ Embedded Visual Tools CD (eVB and eC++). It free from M$. Download or CD in the mail (in the US anyways).

    I have an early copy and to test the app in simulation (ie without the pockPc) it needs to run on NT! If you have the PockPC then I think its platform independant.


    Pop over to the M$ site and have a squiz.




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    Thanks guys ... Ill look around the MS website

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    Here's a place to start (largggge file )




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