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#1 Osiris

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Posted 02 August 2006 - 11:18 PM

I was wondering since i want to get into VB is there any diffrence in code in the versions like VB.5 or VB.6 ? or what is the diffrence in Visual Studio and Visual Basic.

My main question is do you think it would be possible to create a FPS with VB and is it possible to insert 3D maps so you can have a level to walk around on?

If you can answer any of these question it would be great. Thanks :thumbsup:
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Posted 01 February 2007 - 07:44 AM

I was wondering since i want to get into VB is there any diffrence in code in the versions like VB.5 or VB.6 ? or what is the diffrence in Visual Studio and Visual Basic.

My main question is do you think it would be possible to create a FPS with VB and is it possible to insert 3D maps so you can have a level to walk around on?

I know this is an old topic but no one has answered it and I'm new here, sorry.

There is no real difference in the code between VB5 and VB6. VB6 has extra functions which you can get around in other ways.

VB isn't the ideal language for creating FPS (First Person Shooter) you would need something like C or C++. You can do FPS in VB in a simple way if you use DirectX. :thumbsup:

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