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Old January 10th, 2007, 12:08 AM
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Default Can I get an older version of the vbc compiler

Since I cannot get my .dll file to compile with the vbc version I have now, I'm thinking that if I could get an older version of the compiler it might not consider my code obsolete. It may sound like a strange idea but maybe it might work. Could you tell me where I could get an older version of vbc? This obsolete code is driving me crazy. Thanks again

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Download the .NET 1.0 framework for an older VBC.

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