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Help With Aplications for AOL

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Ok...Heres what I need. I'm going to have a program with a list of 3 people for captions of Text boxes..And in a AOL Chat room...When one of the people says "10" in the chat room, it will add 10 points to the number thats in the text box next to name of the person who sent it.  Is this possible?.  If there any more questions...ask, I never explain it right the first time anyways...
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This is for VB4...and If you can post a Example on a page, or make this really simple for me...please try to. Thanks
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you will have to use several api calls to make this happen.  I have written several AOL progs and will be glad to email you some examples.  I have one now that will echo everything said by a member of a chat room.  This could be used along with the Instr() function to find the text and user you want.  Please email me if you need some code to go along with this.
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Uhm, Whats your E-mail address...I didn't catch it.
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Jeff_Rondeau@clr.com
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