From: "Adam Lang" <aalang@rutgersinsurance.com>
> Not predict, guarantee.  You can not easily convert VB6
> to vb.net.

> Use VB 6 to support your current apps (VB 6 IS going to
> be supported for a significant while longer).  Write
> EVERYTHING new in VB.net.

> Rewrite old apps to VB.Net as you can find the time and
> resources.

This is the type of pattern that motivated me to get back into RPG after
five (5) years of experience with VB, Visual Foxpro, and Delphi.  Actually,
this pattern is like a broken record that goes clear back to when MS made
the transition from DOS to Windows.  In contrast, a lot of RPG code that was
written in the early 80s is still running today.

Have you done any ASP .NET work?  If so, what do you think of ASP .NET?

Thanks,

Nathan M. Andelin
www.relational-data.com





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