VB 6 Examples

Rolling Dice Program

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 8 total views In this post, I will teach you to create a rolling dice program in visual basic 6. The program will consist of a single dice with six dots representing numbers between 1 to 6 and button to roll the dice. After you have clicked the rolling button, the dice will give you a …

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Student Records Management System in VB 6.0 with Access Database

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 163 total views In this post, we will create an application for Student Record Management System in Visual Basic 6 with Microsoft Access Database. The list of Modules and Forms used in the program as follows.  System Design First, we will design the System Model and simple high-level diagram of each module will be enough. There …

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VB 6.0 Persistent Recordset

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 47 total views When you establish connection with a database such as Microsoft Access or SQL through Visual basic 6 form. You must extract a set of records from one or more tables. These records are stored in a VB 6 object called a recordset. There are two ways to get recordset. ADODC ( ActiveX Object …

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Employees Record Management using VB 6.0 and MS Access Database

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 111 total views In this article, we will learn to create an application in Visual Basic 6.0 for Employee Record Management in an organization. The application does following tasks Insert, Delete, Update employee records. Compute the Gross Pay and Net Pay of each employee. Maintain records of departments for each employee. Each employee should be able …

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VB 6 Design A Menu

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 41 total views In this example, we will design a menu in VB 6. To create this program you may require a windows computer with Windows XP or higher operating system and Visual Basic 6.0 installed. Step 1: Create a New VB 6 form Open visual basic 6 and choose “Standard EXE” and your default VB …

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