Originally Posted By: paul
decide not to do anything.

or mostly I forget to try.

If you actually believed it would succeed, and recognized the enormity of the discovery, you'd be forgetting to eat or sleep in your unstoppable pursuit of it. I think you know that it won't work, or just don't appreciate the spectacular possibilities it would open up.


vb 10 seems as if nobody remembered what the real programmers did when they made the vb 6 compiler

Once you get used to it you'll love it. It really is much more consistent and elegant. But it's like enjoying a delicacy food, you have to be ready to change your way of thinking to appreciate the beauty otherwise it just feels like eating a scorpion. If you use the default migrated code and try to force the old fashioned approach onto the new design it'll be ugly because of bodgy legacy support.