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We use in VB3 application the next API's:
GetModuleHandle,
GetWinFlags,
GetFreeSpace
We need to upgrade the application to VB5(32bits), but, these API's does not exist in 32 bits,
How we can to replace these API's?
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it depends what you are trying to do
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GetModuleHandle = GetModuleHandle (This is still available in Win32, but you can also use the LoadLibrary function)
GetWinFlags = GetSystemInfo
GetFreeSpace = GlobalMemoryStatus

If you need the functions' prototype, just tell me

Trillo
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Thank you
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I´m so glad
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