My June tip-of-the-month shows how to use VB's conditional compilation
arguments to maintain multiple applications and multiple versions of those
applications using one code base. I have been using VB's conditional
compilation arguments since VB 4 and have not seen this topic discussed in
any of the VB forums. I think it is a great feature.

I created a demo program that shows how to use the conditional compilation
arguments to maintain multiple applications and versions using one code
base. Link to http://www.buygold.net/tips.html then look for the June 2000
tip-of-the-month.

Cheers,
Larry Rebich

larry@buygold.net
www.buygold.net