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Using UNIX Crypt() function in VB

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I need to implement the unix crypt function using vb5. Has somebody ported this function to vb or is there a dll and declare statements that could be used to integrate this into an application
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There is a dll available for free.  Search the internet for xcrypt.  Sorry I can't remember the exact URL, but it will be a single page of text only with one link to the download.  It's a really simple dll to use.
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