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porting code from 16bit to 32

porting code from 16bit to 32

Hi I was on your site www.zetnet and I have a

I have an application written in VB3 which is a 16bit
application and I need to get it to 32 bit
application.  The problem I think is with objs.vbx
file since its not supported by the 32bit technology.
As I understand this file helps to create logically
separated objects that can be pulled into or removed
from a project to increase or decrease functionality
of programs.

I know there are ways to convert the code, but how????
Should I be using VB4 since it comes both as a 16 and
a 32 bit. Please help me out, it will be greatly

One more thing, if VB4 is the answer and I should be
using it, do you know where I can get a copy of VB4, I
already have VB3, VB5, and VB6 all I need is VB4.

Best regards, Dima

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