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possible to have it be compatible with vb 6.0 and newer?

i really haven't tried my hand at C or C++... but i do know vb 6.0. is there a way to incorporate this?
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possible to have it be compatible with vb 6.0 and newer?
What is "it"? A tennis racket? I don't think so.

A pronoun without a referent is pretty much useless.
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Not directly but this project might be of interest http://rhyduino.codeplex.com/
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possible to have it be compatible with vb 6.0 and newer?
What is "it"? A tennis racket? I don't think so.

A pronoun without a referent is pretty much useless.

"it" on an Arduino Forum?
Mmmm let me think... I got it, he is referring to the PIC !
Duh

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possible to have it be compatible with vb 6.0 and newer?

i really haven't tried my hand at C or C++... but i do know vb 6.0. is there a way to incorporate this?

Well vb 6.0 is a programming application (A IDE) that runs on a windows PC, so it doesn't have any 'compatibility' with how one programs an arduino board. However if you wish for a arduino sketch running on a arduino board to be able to send or receive data to a program written in VB and running on a PC, then yes they are 'compatible' to the sense that they both can send and receive data via a comm port based serial communications to each other. Is that what you are asking about?

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