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hmemcpy and images

Posted on 1998-12-11
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I have a byte array that holds a jpg image.
I have a pointer to some memory i've allocated.
I need to move or copy this to the pointer.
i'm using vb 4.0 16bit
i've tried using hmemcpy but with no luck.
Is it possible if so how?
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Try this declare:
Declare Sub MoveMemory Lib "kernel32" Alias "RtlMoveMemory"  (pDest As Any,pSource As Any, ByVal dwLength As Long)
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replace kernel32 with kernel
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How about send the first item of the byte array to the pointer? Such as this:
 lPointer = byteA(0)
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