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Storing multiple Files in one Cabinet

Posted on 2001-08-14
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Hi!
I'm using multiple (over 50) Wave-Files in my VB6-Application. Now I'm looking for a way to store these files in one single File; I used a zip-File before but looking for a way to play the Wave-Files directly out of the Archive (without extracting them into a temp-dir in first place).
Thanks for any suggestions.
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Store them in a resource file.
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by:KennyMcCormick
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Thanks for the hint. Unfortunately i have not worked with Resource-Files yet. Could you please provide me with an URL where they give me an example, please?
Thanks!
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Just found a link (http://www.zarr.net/vb/articles/vb6res.asp) - thanks again!
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