Creating a Windows DLL with Visual Basic
Subject:   Visual Basic 2005 Classes
Date:   2006-05-30 09:48:45
From:   MLxSol
Response to: Visual Basic 2005 Classes

Quite possibly, but many of us are still using VB6 because it is quicker and easier for us rather than learning the quirks of VB 2005. Many target systems also fail to have .NET framework installed so it is not economical to convert to .NET yet. Afterall, if you are installing something, unless programming a dll for another language, why make VB6 produce a windows dll rather than an activex? It is the fact that not everyone has admin rights that makes us want to produce windows dlls using VB!!