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Help about Pointer of Function in VB (300 points)

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Dear All,

I want to know how to transfer pointer of a function (written by VB) for a funtion in a dll (function in dll will call the function written by VB by its pointer). Can anyone of you help me?
Thank a lot.

MGlobal.
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VarPtr(variablename)

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CJ
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Oh, hold on. You need the pointer to a function as a callback function. You do that using AddressOf .

AddressOf MyfunctionName

regards,
CJ
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Dear CJ,

Thanks for your quick answer. I will try them.

MGlobal.
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Dear CJ,

I have tested, your answer is very excellent.
Again, thanks a lot.

Best Regard,
MGlobal.
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Glad to be of service!

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CJ
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