I use vb.net 1.1 and am trying to convert a uint32 to intptr.
The following function does not work:
the error I get is: Value of type system.uintptr cannot be converted to a system.intptr
http:#24805315 -- op_Explicit is the solution.
Both IntPtr.op_Explicit and UIntPtr.op_Explicit are supported in .NET 1.1:
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