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pointer, linked list in VB ?

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In c or c++, you can manipulate the pointer and linked list. Can I do that
also in VB ? How ?
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by:mcrider
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Unfortunately, you can't do this in VB.   The closest you can come is an array or a collection.


Cheers!®©
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by:ivysoft
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I have worked in low level stuff in VB. Pls elaborate Ur question. How and where? I may be able to helo u in some way.

Brij
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pclement earned 20 total points
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Nothing intrinsic to VB, but you may want to take a look at the below code example:

http://members.xoom.com/_XMCM/thomasn/s_bin.htm
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