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Is it wise moved to PB9 after VB6 ?

3 posts in Objects Last posting was on 2006-02-21 20:57:13.0Z
Steven Posted on 2006-02-21 02:04:38.0Z
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What is disadvantage of PB9 than VB6

Please advised & thanks in advance
Steven
email:stvhui@yahoo.com


Jason 'Bug' Fenter <fenterbug_ Posted on 2006-02-21 19:53:47.0Z
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steven wrote:
> What is disadvantage of PB9 than VB6
>
> Please advised & thanks in advance
> Steven
> email:stvhui@yahoo.com

Please don't cross-post. You have already received one answer in the
general newsgroup. Also, you do realize that the answers you receive
here will be biased, just as they would if you asked the same question
in a VB newsgroup?


Millard F. Brown III Posted on 2006-02-21 20:57:13.0Z
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More than wise - positively inspired! (No bias here...<g>)

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Millard [TeamSybase]

"Jason 'Bug' Fenter" <fenterbug_@_hotmail_dot_com> wrote in message
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> steven wrote:
> > What is disadvantage of PB9 than VB6
> >
> > Please advised & thanks in advance
> > Steven
> > email:stvhui@yahoo.com
>
> Please don't cross-post. You have already received one answer in the
> general newsgroup. Also, you do realize that the answers you receive
> here will be biased, just as they would if you asked the same question
> in a VB newsgroup?