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MIDIOUTCAPS

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I ma having problem with the midiOutGetDevCaps, using the MIDIOUTCAPS type.
I have the type difinition for c or c++ (?), from the developer networs cd that comes with VB5 but that cant help me.
I need to setup a type for VB.
thanx.
CATT
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Type MIDIOUTCAPS
        wMid As Integer
        wPid As Integer
        vDriverVersion As Long
        szPname As String * MAXPNAMELEN
        wTechnology As Integer
        wVoices As Integer
        wNotes As Integer
        wChannelMask As Integer
        dwSupport As Long
End Type

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Thanks, but; I get an error, constant expression requierd, at the * (?) MAXPNAMELEN. How, what am I to do about that.?
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Public Const MAXPNAMELEN = 32  


Make sure you put this BEFORE the type declaration.
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