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  1. #1
    0ffs3t
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    looking for a VB3 compiler

    Could someone suggest where to get a VB3 compiler plz?
    Tnx
    oldmantn1@gmx.co.uk
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    nofurs
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    what is vb3 compiler?
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  3. #3
    0ffs3t
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    a compiler for Visual basic 3 source
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  4. #4
    nofurs
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    ketchup or chilli?
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    You put chilli on your fries cluesurf?

    Just so we have it straight, that's a compiler not a decompiler right? Dodi would be for the latter, for the former I did a plain google for 'free vb compiler' and found

    http://www.freebyte.com/programming/compilers/envelop.html

    I can't make out if it supports VB3 but it was written in '96 so may have been the only version around at the time. You can try it anyway, total size is 7.4Mb.

    Kayaker

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    nofurs
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    Nope I put both
    I thought requesting tools are not allowed
    Oh somehow I need a tool called search engines can you give me ;P

    cluesurf
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    0ffs3t
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    Tnx kayaker!!!
    it's exactly what I'was looking for....

    I'm looking for a VB3 opcode list too, (I already searched it with google...) maybe you know if it exist or not?

    sorry for my bad English.

    Cluesurf:
    It seems you never needed help from other peoples during your life.... or maybe you got it and forgot what it means...

    Thanks again kayaker!
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    nofurs
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    >>Cluesurf:
    >>It seems you never needed help from other peoples during >>your life.... or maybe you got it and forgot what it means...

    Hmm I need help.I forgot to how to use the search engine
    Please teach me will ya?

    PS:Tools are not allowed to request here.Kayaker is kind enough
    to point you to the right direction.You should read the main page of RCE.I always like to help if I'm able to but plase read it before posting anything

    Side Note :
    And some guys told me you can crack something with a notepad.
    Without using softice,w32dasm,hexeditor or I** LOL
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    r4g3
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    my mama sayd: vb(any version) is SHIT, need some scripting language - use java, or i`ll hit you with a 5kg brick.
    so i installed m$vs7 .net & now have some pervert conversation with it`s nice gui every time i code.
    this is my aim of life (the conversations) .... well more or less. + sometimes i drink (milk), 'fix' some code,
    C2H5OH.
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  10. #10
    Snatch
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    An opcode list is available in the runtime library. Trust me it is. Not saying digging is easy especially with 16-bit code. But hey IDA can work wonders for you and a full decompiler would be writable with some understanding. And the format and structure is much easier than the later versions.

    Snatch
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  11. #11
    0ffs3t
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    Cluesurf:
    I readed the red advise ".. Don't ask where can find tools....) on the "Tools of the trade" header forum, I figured out it was different for the newbies forum....
    I ask sorry to all.... anyway I asked for it just because it's a very old compiler.
    Thanks for you reply and don't worry with me

    Thanks Snatch, I go to search for.
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