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Use Interuption In VB6

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Does it's possible to call a interuption in Visual Basic like in c++ or ASM or ... ? and if is possible give a example !
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Nope, VB6 itself does not support this -- and I do not think that the Windows API allows this either (especially NT because of security).

In order to do this, you will need to write a custom C++ or MASM DLL that VB can call.

Good luck!
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ok thank
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