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    Where to find VB Code.

    I know that a good place to find MFC C++ code is at the "Code Project" which is located at www.codeproject.com. This plase has tons of it. But no VB code.

    So where can I go to find VB code?

    Thanks in advance.
    David
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    for api using, visit http://www.allapi.net and http://www.vbapi.com

    For source Code, there is a tons at

    http://www.planetsourcecode.com
    http://www.vbcode.com
    http://www.developerfusion.com

    You can also see many links from:

    http://www.vb-links.com

    Codeguru is even is those links (so it is sure it is a good site... )

    http://www.**************/
    http://www.mvps.org/vbnet
    http://www.codehound.com/vb/
    http://www.vb-faq.com/

    there is surely others good one


    JeffB
    Last edited by JeffB; November 29th, 2002 at 10:16 PM.

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    Yes there are many places that u can find vb samples
    VB-Helper

    http://www.vbaccelerator.com/



    http://www.vbsquare.com/

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    Thanks guys.

    This is more information than I expected to get.

    David
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    CodeGuru

    If you submit code samples per the submission guidelines on this site, I'll add categories to the VB pages of CodeGuru as well. The site has not been previously set up to really do this; however, the structure is now set up to create categories on the main VB page (www.codeguru.com/vb). We have to start somewhere. The VB page is now at a starting point.

    We (CodeGuru) are looking to expand coverage of Visual Basic within the CodeGuru / Developer.com sites in other ways as well. Look for announcements and comments on this in the future.

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    For a dirty great list of sites, try Code in the Box Network . That should keep you happy for the next few millions of lines of code you decide to DL. Lol
    Finite

    "If a cat always lands on its feet, and a peice of bread always lands butter side down, if you strap a peice of bread butter side up to the back of a cat, will it hover?"

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    Thanks everybody for this special info.


    Regards.
    From Manoj's Desk

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    codeproject has a section for VB / VBS
    http://www.codeproject.com/vbscript/
    not bad but not as strong as the links in other replies

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