[fpc-devel] PR: Advocates needed
idokan at gmail.com
Thu Jan 19 21:00:36 CET 2006
On 1/19/06, VisionForce <webmaster at visionforceweb.com> wrote:
> On 1/19/06, VisionForce <webmaster at visionforceweb.com> wrote:
> > You all may hate me after I say this, but creating software in VB or
> > VB.NET
> > goes very, very quickly. But I guess since you're trying to advocate
> > Pascal
> > right now, this information doesn't help you any.
> The last time I used VB (version 6), it took me a way too much work
> for the same thing I wanted to do in Delphi.
> And .NET contain some very scary features for everyone (It actually
> execute your code in design time, so if I'll open a form, it will
> execute everything in it's functions that regarding the open and
> display things, and I can do some nasty things with it).
> And it's not portable for other OS's. and IMHO, VB should have died so
> long ago in the 80's when it syntax became obsolete.
> Yes, I never use VB6. But VB.NET is much more powerful, and programs can be
> created in it in half the time. I don't understand what you mean by "very
> scary features."
Try this: http://www.securiteam.com/windowsntfocus/5KP0D0AHFU.html
On this case it will only open you the calc.exe program, but i can
make it open for you anything you want at design time. All you need to
do is to view the form...
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