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to transfer string from C lanaguage to VBA

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I would like to transfer the following code, written in C language, to VBA.

 Dim username As String
    Dim pin As String
    Dim broadcastType As String
    Dim phoneNumberSource As String
    Dim broadcastName As String
    Dim checkCallingWindow As String
    Dim commaDelimitedPhoneNumbers As String
    Dim TTSText As String

username = "999111999"
pin = "9991"
broadcastType = "1"
phoneNumberSource = "3"
broadcastName = "Test from Visual Basic"
checkCallingWindow = "0"
commaDelimitedPhoneNumbers = "9725551313"
TTSText = "Hello, This is a text to speech call testing integration with Microsoft Access 2016. Have a nice day."

Dim SoapPost As String
 
    SoapPost = "<?xml version=""1.0"" encoding=""utf-8""?> <soap12:envelope "
xmlns:            xsi = "&quot;http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance&quot;"
xml2ns:            xsd = "&quot;http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema&quot;"
            xmlns:soap12="&amp;quot;http://www.w3.org/2003/05/soap-envelope&amp;quot;">&quot;_
    & "<soap12:body>" _
    & "<" & FunctionName & " xmlns="&quot;http://call-em-all.com/&quot;">" _
    & " <myRequest>" _
    & " <username>" & username & "</username>" _
    & " <pin>" & pin & "</pin>" _
    & " <phoneNumberSource>" & phoneNumberSource & "</phoneNumberSource>" _
    & " <broadcastName>" & broadcastName & "</broadcastName>" _
    & " <broadcastType>" & broadcastType & "</broadcastType>" _
    & " <checkCallingWindow>" & checkCallingWindow & "</checkCallingWindow>" _
    & " <commaDelimitedPhoneNumbers>" & commaDelimitedPhoneNumbers & "</commaDelimitedPhoneNumbers>" _
    & " <TTSText>" & TTSText & "</TTSText>" _
    & " </myRequest>" _
    & "</" & FunctionName & ">" _
 & "</soap12:Body>" _
    & "</soap12:Envelope>"

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I would appreciate help in transferrring the above string to VBA or to VB.net.
Thank you in advance.
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Question by:Moshe Singer
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by:Pawan Kumar
ID: 41836080
Is that you are looking for..

SoapPost = "<?xml version="
 "1.0"
 " encoding="
 "utf-8"
 "?> <soap12:envelope "
xmlns:
     xsi = ""http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance""
xml2ns:
     xsd = ""http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema""
xmlns:
     soap12 = ("&quot;http://www.w3.org/2003/05/soap-envelope&quot;" > quot)
     (_ And "<soap12:body>")
     (_ And ("<"  _
                 And (FunctionName And (" xmlns=" And quot))))
 http:
     'call-em-all.com/"">" _
     " <myRequest>"
     (_ And (" <username>"  _
                 And (username And "</username>")))
     (_ And (" <pin>"  _
                 And (pin And "</pin>")))
     (_ And (" <phoneNumberSource>"  _
                 And (phoneNumberSource And "</phoneNumberSource>")))
     (_ And (" <broadcastName>"  _
                 And (broadcastName And "</broadcastName>")))
     (_ And (" <broadcastType>"  _
                 And (broadcastType And "</broadcastType>")))
     (_ And (" <checkCallingWindow>"  _
                 And (checkCallingWindow And "</checkCallingWindow>")))
     (_ And (" <commaDelimitedPhoneNumbers>"  _
                 And (commaDelimitedPhoneNumbers And "</commaDelimitedPhoneNumbers>")))
     (_ And (" <TTSText>"  _
                 And (TTSText And "</TTSText>")))
     (_ And " </myRequest>")
     (_ And ("</"  _
				And (FunctionName And ">")))
	 (_ And ("</soap12:Body>")
	 (_ And ("</soap12:Envelope>")

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by:Moshe Singer
ID: 41836178
I tested, it cannot be compiled from the debug menu
it is full with errors
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Karen earned 500 total points
ID: 41836312
SoapPost = "<?xml version=""1.0"" encoding=""utf-8""?> <soap12:envelope " _
    & "xmlns:xsi=""http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance"" " _
    & "xml2ns:xsd=""http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema"" " _
    & "xmlns:soap12=""http://www.w3.org/2003/05/soap-envelope""> " _
    & "<soap12:body>" _
    & "<" & FunctionName & " xmlns=""http://call-em-all.com/"">" _
    & " <myRequest>" _
    & " <username>" & UserName & "</username>" _
    & " <pin>" & pin & "</pin>" _
    & " <phoneNumberSource>" & phoneNumberSource & "</phoneNumberSource>" _
    & " <broadcastName>" & broadcastName & "</broadcastName>" _
    & " <broadcastType>" & broadcastType & "</broadcastType>" _
    & " <checkCallingWindow>" & checkCallingWindow & "</checkCallingWindow>" _
    & " <commaDelimitedPhoneNumbers>" & commaDelimitedPhoneNumbers & "</commaDelimitedPhoneNumbers>" _
    & " <TTSText>" & TTSText & "</TTSText>" _
    & " </myRequest>" _
    & "</" & FunctionName & ">" _
    & "</soap12:Body>" _
    & "</soap12:Envelope>"

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by:Moshe Singer
ID: 41837442
now it is error free
I have to test if it is working
Thanks a milion
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