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How to declare STATIC variable in VB5?

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I am basically a C++ programmer. I want to declare a static variable in VB. How can I do this?
I know there is a static keyword but how can I initialize a variable that is declared as Static?
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Slightly clumsy but worked for me

Private Sub Timer1_Timer()
    Static x As Integer
    Static bVar as boolean
    if not bVar then
       x = 100
       bVar = true
    end if
   
    etc.....

End Sub
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