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    Re: Fortran to VB6

    OK thanks. I most likely will have the program read the data directly without the intermediate file, but I'm kicking around the idea of using a variation of the code that you helped me with to make...
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    Re: Fortran to VB6

    Thanks 2kaud,

    One of my specialties is a high-precision form of GPS that is accurate to about 1 cm. GPS satellites actually provide information in the form of latitude, longitude, and something...
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    This is awesome, thank you 2kaud, this is a huge help. This is for a new part of an old VB6 program that I've added functionality to over the years. I do plan to convert the program to another...
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    Re: Fortran to VB6

    Hi VictorN,

    I have some additional info: 'file 6' is any file that I want to use for output so it could be myOutPut.txt or something like that. Label 11 should be the line above '10 continue'. ...
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    Re: Fortran to VB6

    C++ would be great, C++ was the language I learned on back in college so that would be a big help. I'm a little rusty but it should come back to me.

    Thank you
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    Re: Fortran to VB6

    Thanks. I did get clarity, file 6 is just any output file that I would want to use like 'myOutPut.txt'. '11 continue' is supposed to be the line right before '10 continue'.

    If you could write...
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    [RESOLVED] Fortran to VB6

    Hi Everyone,

    I have a small amount of Fortran 77 code to convert to VB6 and I'd like suggestions/ code from anyone with experience at this:



    implicit real*8(a-h,o-z)
    real*4...
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