• 15 years ago
    Please...Any help would be treasured. I am using VB5 for 1 year now, I have no money, and I have VB6, but no MSDN Library CD. Where can I get my hands on a MSDN Library for VB6 ??
  • 15 years ago

    do you have a licence for vb6? if so you can probably contact MS and get them to send you another CD.

    or you could buy a package on somewhere like dabs.com / ebuyer.co.uk / ebay.co.uk

  • 15 years ago

    ... or... if you have broadband, then you can access everything online at msdn.microsoft.com anyway...

  • 15 years ago

    don't you have to have a subscription? I don't know, I don't use many MS development tools

  • 15 years ago

    Not for the online documentation

  • 15 years ago

    ah rite, didnt realise it was just that....... anyway, i should be revising for my exam at 2.30 then more on the plane crash in neighbours tonight!!! (notice to non-UK ppl....if u know who planted the bomb DON'T tell me!!)

  • 15 years ago

    You can come to iran

    Visual Studio.NET 2005
    MSDN 2005
    SQL Server 2005
    Price = 10$

    Visual Studio 6
    price = 2.5$

    You can buy Micromedia MX 2004 with 1$

    Each 1$=1000T

  • 15 years ago
    Yes but is that legally?!
  • 15 years ago

    Nope i don't think its legal!!! In Pakistan you can buy any (and i mean any) software CD in half dollar. (Total pirated copies comming from china & afghanistan). thats why Pakistan is far behind in IT industry!!!

  • 15 years ago

    Yeah in iran is legal. becouse iran doesn't support copyright. but on other countries such as UK, USA ,... it's legally.

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