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  1. Re: How to structure and step through a project using vb.net and vc++.net

    Well, I have been programming for many decades but that does not make me a good programmer - just old and slow!

    I think I need to rephrase my question to read as follows:

    "I had vb.net express...
  2. Re: How to structure and step through a project using vb.net and vc++.net

    Many thanks but I said "So, now I have a new laptop running Win 8.1 and have installed Visual Basic Express 2013".

    I know it does not work with 2010 - that is why I installed 2013
  3. How to structure and step through a project using vb.net and vc++.net

    Firstly, this post may be in the wrong place - if so, I am sorry and doubtless somebody will move it!

    I have a large (to me) project created in VB6 with a DLL which I wrote in VC++ 6.0. It all...
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    Re: vb.net ... why bother?

    The project is written in VB6. All time critical routines are in VC++ 6.0 (written in what is really C and ASM - the latter for bit handling, of which I do a lot)

    I am migrating because VB6 is...
  5. Re: Calling a DLL written in VC++.NET Native Code from a VB.NET project

    Well, I have tried to install it and failed. On reading around there seems to be a consensus that it cannot be done

    Do you need to use a virtual machine? Or what?
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    Re: Moving from VC++ 6.0 to VC++.NET

    Razzle
    The project you highlight looks to me like a perfectly straightforward Genetic Programming project - a computer program evolves over time. That is old hat and the principle has been around...
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    Re: Moving from VC++ 6.0 to VC++.NET

    Well, I didn't come here to argue about the merits or otherwise of Mopeks but after that comment I have little choice but to reply. What I am trying to do here is move a FULLY OPERATIONAL program...
  8. Re: Debug a Native DLL written in VC++.NET 2010 Express called from a VB.NET .exe fil

    MS says this has been DELIBERATELY removed in the Express versions. I can do this with VC++ 6.0 and have done so for years



    That is what I have been trying to do for several days ... but thanks!
  9. Re: Debug a Native DLL written in VC++.NET 2010 Express called from a VB.NET .exe fil

    Not sure how to do that ... I have already tried adding the vb.net exe file into the vc++.net source files. That did not work but maybe there are subtleties here ... ? I suspect the vb.net pdb file...
  10. Re: Debug a Native DLL written in VC++.NET 2010 Express called from a VB.NET .exe fil

    Yes, I really, really do have the correct version of the DLL



    I don't understand ...



    How do I do that? If you can answer that for VC++.net 2010 Express I will be eternally grateful ...
  11. Re: Debug a Native DLL written in VC++.NET 2010 Express called from a VB.NET .exe fil

    Yes, I have tried this and still cannot get into the DLL ... but thanks for the suggestion
  12. Debug a Native DLL written in VC++.NET 2010 Express called from a VB.NET .exe file

    The saga continues. Sometimes I think I must be the first person in the world to convert a VB6 project that calls a VC++ DLL into the new and exciting (ie really irritating) .net versions, namely...
  13. Re: Calling a DLL written in VC++.NET Native Code from a VB.NET project

    Yes, I have just tried that yet again as:

    __declspec(dllexport) double __stdcall TestF(double dblValue)

    and I get:

    Unable to find an entry point named 'TestF' in DLL 'C:\_MOPEKS\...
  14. Calling a DLL written in VC++.NET Native Code from a VB.NET project

    I have just installed VC++.net (2010 Express version) on a Win XP machine (the reason I am still using XP is that I need to use VB6 for a while and it will not install on Win 7/8). I would install...
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    Re: Moving from VC++ 6.0 to VC++.NET

    In 20 years that may be possible! MOPEKS works by finding a program that fits the data so here is some data

    1, 1
    9, 3
    144, 12

    Clearly, this is square roots and here is the program that MOPEKS...
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    Re: Moving from VC++ 6.0 to VC++.NET

    A supplementary question ("debugging a vc++ 6.0 dll called from a vb.net routine")

    At the moment, using the program written in vb6 which calls my dll written in vc++ 6.0, I can trace through the...
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    Re: Moving from VC++ 6.0 to VC++.NET

    Yes, looks like I will probably stick with Microsoft!

    Two questions:

    1. Do you know if there is a version that offers conversion from VC++ 6.0? I ask this because in vb.net the 2008 Express...
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    Re: Moving from VC++ 6.0 to VC++.NET

    What I am asking right now is whether there is a good alternative to vc++.net (with emphasis on the IDE aspect with ease of use and versatility being the criteria) that I should consider. For...
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    Re: Moving from VC++ 6.0 to VC++.NET

    Understood but if there is an easier or better way then I will take that route ...
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    Re: Moving from VC++ 6.0 to VC++.NET

    Yes, it would but I assume that VC++ 6.0 will be dropped in due course. I am using Win XP but assume that I cannot use VC++ 6.0 on Win 8 etc. What do you suggest?I used to use Quick C last century...
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    Re: Moving from VC++ 6.0 to VC++.NET

    Firstly, many thanks for the detailed replies - very much appreciated. Just to clarify a few points ...

    Development: The project is already up and working (MOPEKS - see signature below) so I am...
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    Moving from VC++ 6.0 to VC++.NET

    I have, what to me, looks like a large project. Originally written about 90% in VB6 and the remainder in VC++ (Visual C++ 6.0 Enterprise Edition). There are maybe 2,000 lines of code written in VC++...
  23. Losing chr(13) when copy string to Rich Text Box

    I have had some strange behaviour in a program I am moving from VB6 to vb.net and finally discovered that I am losing a character when I do the following:



    Private Sub Form1_Load( ByVal sender...
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    Re: Form Instantiation

    LOL! I have wracked my brains trying work out what was happening but your explanation was staring me in the face and I could not see it.

    Apologies for wasting people's time ... I will go and find...
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    Form Instantiation

    I am 5 months into converting my project from VB6 to vb.net (don't ask) and have just re-organised to do it properly. To be specific, I am treating forms as a class rather than as in VB6 where you...
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