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Subclassing with vb5

Posted on 1998-09-10
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Dear experts-
    I am desperatly trying to learn how to subclass using visual basic 5.0.  I know there are ocx files (none of which i have found work or are free) that can assist me in this task, but I know there is a way to do it manually as well.  Could someone help me in how to get text (ex: from an aol chat-room) by subclassing?  I would appreciate it very much.
-jr-
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Go on my web site (see profile), you will find sources of a complete sublcassing DLL wich works very well and is error free.
You can download it and use it.
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jrProgrammer, if you could send me email at Support@onlinewebs.co.uk, i'm trying to do exactly the same thing, and i have some interesting source if you want to swap ideas
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