Create Thread in VB6

Anyone please help me create thread in VB.

Some example would be appreciated.
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Éric MoreauSenior .Net ConsultantCommented:
VB6 does not support multi threading! VB.Net does.
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michaeldadeCommented:
VB does not really support multi threading but you could try using a timer control which will kick a procedure off every certain number of seconds. I think you can do multi threading but it will require API calls.
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