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 hello? I'm new to programming, but I would like to
 know if it is possible to write a function prototype in
 C++ and have it run in another program writen in VB.
 How would I do this?????????????????

RE: Need some information

Hi Kaz,

Yes and no!
if you write a dll you can call functions from your library. sounds like you need to check out something like Dan Appleman's Visual Basic 6 Programmers guide to win32's

that will tell you all you need to know

see ya

RE: Need some information

Hi Robert , this is KAZ!!!!.
  Any chance that Dan Apleman has a web site that I can
 Visit or an email address, or where I can find his book.
  It would be a great help Rob.

RE: Need some information

Hi Kaz,

yes he has a site it's http://www.desaware.com
this is a commercial site like the want to sell you products and stuff but there is some information to glen



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