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Posted on 1998-11-23
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Just what happens to the line Debug.Print
in a compiled EXE?

Another thing, when speed is the question.
Is it faster to declare variables;
dim c as string
or simply use c$?



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debug.print is simply ignored, dim c as string or to use c$ won't show at all in performance.
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