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Zip32.dll declaration

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Hi,

Anyone know an API function declaration for the Zip32.dll libary?
Ideally, both zip and unzip functions are required.

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bukko


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Ok, I've got the following:

      Private Declare Function ZpArchive Lib "zip32.dll" _
        (ByVal argc As Long, ByVal funame As String, _
        ByRef argv As ZIPnames) As Long

for compression; anyone know one for decompression?

bukko


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Actually, see this article from the above site:
http://www.vbaccelerator.com/codelib/zip/unzip.htm
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http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Programming_Languages/Visual_Basic/Q_20127526.html this question was already answered. i suggest you look around

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hey that was quick azra!!!
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...so the answer to the question is...
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Actually a little slow for me...   ;-P
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The answer is:

1) The decompression is in a separate dll (unzip32.dll)
2) All declarations for it can be found in the download at the article I pointed to above, including a class written to make its use incredibly easy
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Here's the starting off point from the site above:
http://www.vbaccelerator.com/codelib/zip/zipvb.htm

At the bottom of the article it links you to code for zipping and unzipping, offering easy to use classes that wrap up the functionality of the dlls and sample projects to show you how to use them.
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DAMN AZRA!!! you have done it again... hahahaha
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Thanks guys.
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