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Getting byte to byte from a string expression (VBA Excel 95)

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How can I get the bytes separately from a string?
I want to scan all the bytes in a string, and I don't find out the way to get it, with VBA Excel 95
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Question by:mquiles
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Simple:

for index = 1 to len(mystring)
 char = mid(mystring, index, 1)
 byte = asc( char )
 ...
next index
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