: Gomenazai. I forgot to answer your question last time. Well, I wanted to use Delphi 1.0 at first because there are a lot of nice programs open source code around written in that language. However I could not find Delphi versions 1 to 4 in our country. So I settled with VB3. There are a lot of similarities in basic and pascal and I also used to program with VBDOS (which I still use for DOS apps).
: I write programs for different platforms. As of now, I have some project for win 3.x. Its just my hobby, I'm not a professional programmer.
: I also use vb3 because of its easy to use GUI as compared to C which discouraged me as a beginner.
: Well, thats it. Tell me, what is interesting about your version of VB3?
: Is it better?
As far as I know, there's only one version of VB3. My comment was directed at Mrpark for suggesting that a certain bit of code could be used in it when there's no way it could be.
Mostly I was curious because aside from myself, I haven't heard of anyone using VB3 in the past several years. Of course, I haven't heard of anyone using VBDOS either and I still occasionally use it.
I've heard of Win32s which is a 32bit layer that allows 32bit apps to run on Win3.1. Theoretically, this would allow you to write VB5+ apps on Win3.1. Have you tried it? I ask because I've never heard of anyone trying it and I'm curious as to how well it works. I'd try it myself but I no longer have a copy of Win3.1 to try it on...