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VB6 Tutorial 38: Working with the Date and Time

This lesson will explain how to set date and time and how to display current date and time in VB6 code. This lesson does not dive into depth but gives you the basic concept of date and time in Visual Basic 6.

Posted On: 2018-04-23, by VB6Boy

Slitheris Network Discovery

I was recently made aware of a tool called Slitheris Network Discovery that IT folks will find most useful, and a valuable addition to the toolkit. It's really a pretty good package, and I thought I'd pass the word through this review.

Posted On: 2018-04-23, by dwirch

VB6 Tutorial 37: String Functions

There are many useful string functions in Visual Basic 6. The string functions are defined in the "Strings" module, which can be found in the Object Browser.

Posted On: 2018-04-20, by VB6Boy

VB6 Tutorial 36: Joining Strings

When we joing two strings together, this is called concatenation. According to Merriam-Webster, concatenate means to "link together in a series or chain". This lesson covers string concatenatation.

Posted On: 2018-04-20, by VB6Boy

VB6 Tutorial 35: Formatting Functions

This lesson will take you through the formatting functions in Visual Basic 6 which you can use to format numeric or string expressions.

Posted On: 2018-04-20, by VB6Boy

VB6 Tutorial 34: Handy Numeric functions

In this lesson, we'll take a look at three numeric functions: SQR, INT, and Round. In a later lesson, we'll take a look at more numeric functions.

Posted On: 2018-04-18, by VB6Boy

VB6 Tutorial 33: The Object Browser

In this lesson, Iíll discuss a very important part of the VB6 IDE, the Object Browser. Understanding the Object browser is essential if you are curious about all the libraries, functions, objects and practically everything of the language.

Posted On: 2018-04-15, by VB6Boy

VB6 Tutorial 32: Methods

This lesson is about some important and common methods in Visual Basic 6. There is a large number of built-in methods in VB6. This section describes the methods that you'll use most frequently in your program.

Posted On: 2018-04-15, by VB6Boy

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