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First released in 1991, Microsoft Visual Basic was a programming environment where one could build an application by visually creating the user interface first, and then adding code. In contrast, even the smallest Visual Basic basic programs could take reams of program code to write in C or C++. Visual Basic was extremely popular for business application programming. The language itself was an interpreted BASIC dialect, however speed was maintained through the use of reusable compiled libraries (DLLs and VBX controls). These however, limited application development to Microsoft Windows.

Yes. Microsoft Visual Basic download is free to use and suitable for beginners. The development environment is regularly updated with features, and the latest version includes the option of adding comments in various lines. That means you can now add lines within a segment as well as after line continuations.

Windows app samples are now available through GitHub. You can browse the code on GitHub, clone a personal copy of the repository from Git, or download a zipped archive of all the samples. We welcome feedback, so feel free to open an issue within the repository if you have a problem or question. These samples are designed to run on desktop, mobile, and future devices that support the Universal Windows Platform (UWP).

@Debra,A rather late reply but here are some thoughts....VB6 programming works fine on Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10 (preview).Microsoft say they will support VB6 until 'at least' 2024. That support is defined as ' if your software runs on Windows XP, it should run on Windows 7/8'. Microsoft can supply support for this, but it would be chargeable.I'm sure lots of developers would be glad to migrate your software to any other language if you pay them multi-thousands. But it really isn't necessary.You should ask your vendor what, specifically, is preventing your software running on Windows 8. And no, 'because VB6 is retired' isn't an answer.I wouldn't be too concerned about using Windows 8, Windows 7 is usually regarded as 'better'. But you can if you wish. Both should be upgrade-able (probably free) to Windows 10 later this year.If your software doesn't run in Windows 8, it is still likely it will do in Windows 10.The basic position is that your software should run on Windows 7, 8 and 10 with little or no change.So why doesn't it run on Windows 8 The usual cause is "User Account Control" (UAC). This is a security feature that can cause issues with older software. You can switch off UAC in Control Panel and then try your software. (I'm not necessarily suggesting UAC should be switched off permanently, this is just to see if it is UAC that stops your software running).If UAC is the cause, this points to your software not being written to published Microsoft standards (but to be fair, much VB6 software wasn't).If you have the source code for your software this would be easy to fix.If any changes are needed to the existing VB6 application to make it run better on Windows 7/8/10 they would be minor and shouldn't cost much.

It features a simple, user-friendly interface through which actions become at times more effective. Having started to function, communicates with databases, SQL Server, Oracle. The user can use it by developing server programs. It is an effective means by which create productive applications used in private or commercial order. You can free download Microsoft Visual Basic official latest version for Windows 8.1 in English.

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