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I am looking for a "ZIP" OCX or DLL for VB

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I need to process some zip files with a new tool of mine and i would need a class thats able to handle some simple archives.

Anyone knows if there are some free ones available (Its for personal use only - Not for my Company)
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Hehe thanx ;)

Just found it myself ....

Super fast Answer.... Thats worth some extra credit for speed ;)


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Glad I could help  :-)
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