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Thread: REALbasic as a replacement for VBA?

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    May 2004
    Kansas City, USA

    REALbasic as a replacement for VBA?

    I was reading on the REALbasic Software site the following:

    Migrate Visual Basic applications to Linux and Mac OS X

    REALbasic is highly compatible with Visual Basic, so Visual Basic developers are productive very quickly with REALbasic. REALbasic also comes with a utility to help convert Visual Basic projects to REALbasic where they can be compiled for Windows, Mac, even Linux -- with the click of a checkbox.
    Create native cross-platform software

    REALbasic 2007 runs on and creates software for Windows 98, NT, ME, 2000 and XP, Mac OS X and Linux, all from a single set of source code. REALbasic incorporates platform-specific intelligence, like user interface widgets, so software created with REALbasic looks and feels native, regardless of the development platform you created it on.
    Have any of you used REALbasic? In a cross-platform environment?

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