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Equivalent statment in VB

Posted on 2001-06-20
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if I had this statement in VC
  #define RD_HANDLR    0x00BA
how can I write in VB, thanks for your help in advange
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Const RD_HANDLR = &H00BA
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thanks phuctran,
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