Microsoft KB Archive/171479
Article ID: 171479
Article Last Modified on 11/18/2003
- Microsoft Visual Basic 5.0 Learning Edition
- Microsoft Visual Basic 5.0 Professional Edition
- Microsoft Visual Basic 5.0 Enterprise Edition
This article was previously published under Q171479
When you compile or run your Visual Basic 5.0 project, you receive an error and Visual Basic 5.0 shuts down.
With Windows 95, you may receive one of the following errors:
- or -
With Windows 98, you may receive the following error:
With Windows NT or Windows 2000, you may receive the following error.
You may receive this error if you attempt an operation with the Modulus operator on two literals where the divisor evaluates to zero.
You will not receive an error if one or both of the Modulus arguments is a variable. If one or both of the Modulus arguments is a variable, you will receive a run-time error 11 "Division By Zero" as expected.
Microsoft has confirmed this to be a bug in the Microsoft products listed at the beginning of this article. This bug has been fixed in Visual Studio 97 Service Pack 2.
For more information on the Visual Studio 97 Service Pack 2, please see the following article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
170365 : INFO: Visual Studio 97 Service Packs - What, Where, and Why
For a list of the Visual Basic 5.0 bugs that were fixed in the Visual Studio 97 Service Pack 2, please see the following article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
171554 : INFO: Visual Basic 5.0 Fixes in Visual Studio 97 Service Pack 2
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