converting byte array from C++ to vb udt (Careful padding)

I am receiving byte array from C++ source.
I would want to convert it into VB udt

Because of padding issue in VB 6.0 i am unable to read in vb udt.
any solution
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do you create that c++?

if you do, make sure in c++

Project->properties->c/c++ tab, Category->code generation

change struct memeber alignment to 1 byte and recompile
sorry in vb they pad with 4 bytes, so change it to 4 bytes
by the way, i usually use 1 byte from c++ and then use copy memory on vb to extract the info one at the time instead of copy to udt
SaakarAuthor Commented:
I am already doing that, I a just wondering if there is a easy api to diretly convert it into DWORD (??) or VB UDT format.
you can use

Private Declare Sub CopyMemory Lib "kernel32" Alias "RtlMoveMemory" (pDst As Any, pSrc As Any, ByVal ByteLen As Long)

dim l as long

CopyMemory 1, byte1(0), 4

where byte1 is from your c++

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