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       I am using Visual studio 2003 for development of a code in VB PROJECTS > WINDOWS APPLICATION....
        Please tell me how can I make a platform independent .exe file. Please help....

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First you are in totally the wrong forum, since VB is definately NOT Assembly language! (Move to the VB Forums) Secondly, if you create an application under the .NET framework (which VS 2003 uses) you MUST execute your application on a machine that is able to run the .NET framework.

Currently, this means you are pretty much stuck with your applications only running on Windows platforms. (As far as I know there is not a framework patch of OSX, but I could be wrong.)

There is for sure no framework for Linux, but there is the MONO project that tries to emulate the .NET framework on Linux; this is not entirely possible as some classes make calls to internal Windows APIs which, obviously, arent found on Linux.

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