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Microsoft KB Archive/104145

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Difference Between Standard & Pro Editions of VB for MS-DOS

PSS ID Number: 104145

Article Last Modified on 1/8/2003



The information in this article applies to:

  • Microsoft Visual Basic for MS-DOS 1.0



This article was previously published under Q104145

SUMMARY

The professional edition of Visual Basic for MS-DOS contains all the features of the standard edition plus those listed in this article.

MORE INFORMATION

Here are the additional features you will find in the professional edition of Visual Basic for MS-DOS:

Feature                        Notes
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Code overlay system            allows large code size
ISAM database                  quickly search and sort large data sets
Stub files                     optimize for smaller program size
Help toolkit                   create on-line help
Setup toolkit                  create distribution disks
CodeView debugger              version 4.02
Financial toolkit              functions from Microsoft Excel
Presentation graphics toolkit  make charts and graphs
Matrix math toolkit            matrix operations
Alternate math libraries       faster when no coprocessor present
Create custom controls         requires Microsoft Macro Assembler for
                               MS-DOS
Create custom run-time modules put your own modules in run-time module
Source Code Profiler           identify time-critical areas
80386/80486 optimizations      minor optimizations
Microsoft mouse driver         version 8.2a
                


Additional query words: VBmsdos 1.00

Keywords: KB104145
Technology: kbAudDeveloper kbVB100DOS kbVBSearch kbZNotKeyword3