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How to iterate through an Enumeration in VB

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Hi is it possible to iterate through an Enumeration in VB?

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No it is not.
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hmm bummer.....ok thanks :)
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by:R_Rajesh
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Hey! const71,

Here is an example for enumeration

http://www.mentalis.org/apilist/EnumWindows.shtml (ckeckout the example at the bottom of the page)
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Thanks,

although what i need is to iterate through a fairly large enumeration of longs ids. I have already accepted the fact it can't be done so ill have to make do with another solution

cheers
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by:R_Rajesh
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sorry... didn't realise its already paq. goto remember to refresh the page before posting...
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