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How can i get the name of a computer using a VB5 code
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try the GetComputerName function:

private declare GetComputerName lib "kernel32.dll" (byval buf as string, byref nSize as long)

function GetName()
dim buf as string
buf=space(128)
GetComputerName buf, 128
GetName= trim(buf)
end function

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Thanks for the answer it really works
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