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MICROSOFTDeveloper ToolMicrosoft Visual Basic 4.0
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NameMicrosoft Visual Basic 4.0 Enterprise (1995)
LanguagesEnglish
File NameVB4.iso
Size345,528,320 bytes (329.5 MB)
SHA10F1E0764D2442A923D61BBE7352B5766381CE49C
NameMicrosoft Visual Basic 4.0 Enterprise (1996)
LanguagesEnglish
File NameVB4.iso
Size350,928,896 bytes (334.6 MB)
SHA11E4E153B02F7CFC99A3A0CF027D25F92233E30DD
NameMicrosoft Visual Basic 4.0A Professional (1996)(EXE)
LanguagesEnglish
File Nameen_vb40a_pro.exe
Size206,921,216 bytes (197.3 MB)
SHA112361C381030F66404AB3AD5F9936D1EE07260DB
NameMicrosoft Visual Basic 4.0 Professional (1995)(ISO)
LanguagesEnglish
File NameMSVB40.iso
Size321,568,768 bytes (306.6 MB)
SHA1B866520724658BC7C478725EA26F02C0D341C804
NameMicrosoft Visual Basic Working Model 4.0 (ZIP)
LanguagesEnglish
File NameMicrosoft Visual Basic Working Model 4.0(ZIP).zip
Size10,608,837 bytes (10.1 MB)
SHA19AAD4A73720C71B3CB4FAAD6AD22C8559294790B
NameMicrosoft Visual Basic Working Model 4.0 (IMG)
LanguagesEnglish
File NameDISK01-07.img
Size11,550,720 bytes (11 MB)
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Microsoft Visual Basic 4.0 was the first version that could create 32-bit as well as 16-bit Windows programs. It also introduced the ability to write non-GUI classes in Visual Basic. Incompatibilities between different releases of VB4 caused installation and operation problems. While previous versions of Visual Basic had used VBX controls, Visual Basic now used OLE controls (with files names ending in .OCX) instead. These were later to be named ActiveX controls.

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