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    How many programming ides have you used to replace VB6?

    Microsoft has stopped developing VB6 for 27 years. Only when there are more VB grammar series tools to replace VB6 and surpass it and realize more functions can we use it more conveniently. Actually, I think the similarity between python code and VB6 is 70%. Perhaps VB.NET was defeated by python.
    Writing code with an IDE similar to VB6 can be converted into JAVA(B4A), and maybe VB6 code can be converted into PYTHON and javascript in the future.

    1?Free and open source VisualFBEditor IDE official community-comments BUG feedback freebasic.net
    https://www.freebasic.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=27284

    2?WinFBE Editor and FreeBASIC Compiler (All-in-One Package) (V3.1.0 June 4, 2023) - freebasic.net
    https://www.freebasic.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=25215

    3?twinbasic
    4?Free and PART OF open source ,VisualFreeBasic, vb7
    http://wwx.yfvb.com/soft-48.htm

    5,radbasic
    6,vb.net / sharpdevelop
    7,vbsedit https://www.vbsedit.com/
    8,vba
    9,b4a for android,b4i for ios app https://www.b4x.com/


    Most users who choose to install the English version of Win10 system have encountered the problem that the Chinese in the original text document is displayed as garbled. So, when we encounter this problem, what should we do to make the system display normal? Below, Xiaobian will share with you the specific solution to the problem of Chinese display garbled code under the English version of Windows10.
    Solution:
    1. Click the Start menu and select the Settings menu.
    2. Click TimeLanguage in the settings dialog box.
    3. In the TIMELANGUAGE option, click RegionLanguage on the left. Then click Additional Date, Time, _ International Settings on the right.
    4. Does this open window feel familiar? This is the control panel. Click Changelocation.
    5. Click the Administrative tab in the Region dialog box. Click Changesystemlocation below.
    6. Select Chinese(Simplified,China) from the drop-down list in the pop-up RegionSettings dialog box, which represents simplified Chinese, and there are some other Chinese in it. Don't make a mistake. At this time, a dialog box pops up to restart, and restart as needed.
    7. After restarting, you will find that the Chinese in the directory list has become beautiful, and the garbled code in the text document is also good.
    The above is the introduction of the solution to the problem of Chinese display garbled code under English version of Windows10. Is it very simple? Users who encounter the same problem may wish to refer to it!

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    PowerPoster Arnoutdv's Avatar
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    Re: How many programming ides have you used to replace VB6?

    Please use the sub forum “Other Basic”.
    Nothing to do with VB6, except for also being a Basic dialect

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    Re: How many programming ides have you used to replace VB6?

    IDE VB.NET ...... rsrsrsrsrs

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