AN almost nasty question 
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 AN almost nasty question

The answer to both questions i ..  YES ..

sorry, I could not resist..

Quote:

> Hello everybody,

> Here, at my office, there is a soft. development team, duscussing
> which language to standardize, one of them, ask me to post the next
> "almost {*filter*}" question (he has his own redaction).

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>      I need some help about this:

>      I must decide between Visual Basic 4.0 or 5.0 as a developmnet tool. The problem is some users of the system have Windows 3.11 in their PC's and others have Window

>      Will I have problems with Visual basic 5.0?
>      If  I decide Visual Basic 4.0 will my sistem be obsolete in the short term?

>      Thanks

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> >-----------------------------------------------------------------------

> >Roberto Cornejo       // "Seamos realistas...    \   _-_-_-_- _o
> >Santiago de Chile    // pidamos lo imposible"     \   _ _  _,<_\_

> >-------------------VV--------------------------------------------------



Wed, 15 Dec 1999 03:00:00 GMT  
 
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