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VB6 wasn't a bad tool. I could do pretty much anything I needed to with it, there was a lot of business apps as well as things like assemblers, game emulators and useful utilities written in VB6. I'm sure at one point I saw a VB6 first edition of UnrealEd floating around.
VB.NET on the other hand, well, you may as well use C#, I find converting VB6 across to C# quite therapeutic, I don't think I'm a sadist...