vba was supported in TC till version 11 (long long ago)
I still miss vba in TC see http://forums.turbocad.com/index.php/topic,16224.0.html
When you want to develop applications with vb you probably choose vb6 cause it is very similar to vba.
>>I have been asked to develop an application ..<<
that sounds to me that you are a professional. So you may know, that applications developed with VB6 are less compatible.
But for me it is still my best choice. I use TC2015-32 bit and vb6. Creating .exe and .dll.
see also http://forums.turbocad.com/index.php/topic,1190.0.html
concerning your post:
B In the SDK-folder
C yes with the limitations described above (compatibility)
Additional remark on 1: Autocad skipped vba and urged the users to switch to ?? as a successor. AFAIK that wasnÂ´t successful. So the vba for autocad is still alive. But you have to install it extra
Additional remark on B: when I started vba in TC there was a vivid community in the old-TC-forum. That was very helpful.
one or two more thoughts concerning Programming TC
I stick on vb6 cause Iâ€™m used to vb6 and vba for 15 years. Use vba with Excel and Word. And vba with TC8-TC15. Then switched to VB6.
When I solve a problem using program code, then I would wage the time
10 % to bring the problem into program code
20% to eliminate the errors
70% to know and understand the TC Objectmodel.
So it is fairly indifferent which program language you use. The most time-consuming is the TC Objectmodel. This is due the lack of good documentation. And a low programmers forum.
If you have to ponder between Autocad and TC you should put the focus on the Objectmodel. More precisely how is the Objectmodels documentation. And how vivid is the programmers community.
Bernd from Germany