Thread: Please help, advanced guys!

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    Please help, advanced guys!

    Please help me out with VB programming!
    I do not got MSDN so I am left without some good peace of information. Anyway I have achieved very good results...
    So, my problem is that I reallly can't understand how to get know these arguments neccessary for DLL, for example:

    Private Declare Function GetMenu Lib "User32" (???) As Long

    Please, if someone knows how to find out these ??? then post an answer. I can get commands (like GetMenu), entry points etc. with Dependency Walker, but I can't get those arguments, unless I find them in other source-code!

    I think it is possible to find it somewhere in internet, but I didn't have luck.

    Please help!

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    or contact with ICQ: #150409659!

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    Used Registerer jdinger's Avatar
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    From MSDN:

    HMENU GetMenu(
    HWND hWnd // handle to window

    in VB an HWND would be a long.

    For future reference when you need help with VB stuff check out:
    VB Explorer. They've got tons of forums, articles, etc.

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    >Please help, advanced guys!
    >Please help me out with VB programming!

    These two phrases do not go together :P
    "There are three kinds of people in the world...
    Those that can count and those that can't."

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    Hehe, agreed - VB is a beginner's language that is 98% automated. The other 2% is semi-automated.
    Just Google It. √

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    lmao i trashed vb when i was 12 :P

    hey... just wondering, is there any c++ equivalent of VBD's planned? this would be sooooo kewl ;-)

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