I have a small question concerning to the procedure call.
I have the following procedure:
private sub procedure_name (ByVal name1 as string)
When I call it I just write:
When I add some extra parameters into the procedure that is:
private sub procedure_name (ByVal name1 as string, ByVal name2 as boolean)
then the procedure call would look like this:
Why???? Why there are some cases when word "call" is needed (because
excluding it, it will give us an error) and why it is not needed in the
When do we have to use word "call" to call procedure or function?
Thank you for posts
Why is the sky blue?
I never use call.
TTBOMK all procedures (subs and functions)
can be executed as
ProcedureName Parameter1, Parameter2, Parameter3 ...
Of course, one must use
FunctionName(Parameter1, Parameter2, Parameter3 ...) to get the value
of a function.
...Calling Fortran 77 from Fortran 95
When calling Fortran 77 from Fortran 95, how can I make sure the
compiler will pass a contiguous array and not a dope array struct?
On 2011-03-06 14:07:38 -0400, sturlamolden said:
> When calling Fortran 77 from Fortran 95, how can I make sure the
> compiler will pass a contiguous array and not a dope array struct?
In a narrow sense your question is meaningless as F77 is a subset of F95.
What you probably meant was what happens when a F95 compiler finds that
it does not have an explicit interface to some procedure. That is well
defined and yields what you are probably thinking of as F77 semantics.
In other words, do nothing and you will get what you are probably expecting.
All the nice features of F95 are associated with explicit interfaces that
result from internal (i.e. contained within a larger procedure) or
module prcedures. (Or you can construct an interface block if you really
In article <email@example.com>,
sturlamolden <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>When calling Fortran 77 from Fortran 95, how can I make sure the
>compiler will pass a contiguous array and not a dope array struct?
Mark it BIND(C). In all compilers I know of, it will happen, anyway.
But why do you want to? If you want to call C, you should use
the C interoperability features. If not, your program can't tell.
On 6 Mar, 19:17, Gordon Sande <Gordon.Sa...@gmail.com> wrote:
&...How do I force a refresh after a header() call? How do I force a refresh after a header() call? How do I force a refresh after a header() call? How do I force a refresh after a header() call?
I've got a main loop script that calls two other scripts that do no
user interaction. All they do is send a couple of mysql update
statements. Then they use header() to call the main loop again. This
works fine, EXCEPT the mysql statement isn't finished by the time the
main loop is called. This is a problem because the main loop actually
queries that same table to show the value of the rows you just
changed. If I refresh the page manually, the new value is correctly
I need to either be able to refresh the page upon calling it, or
better yet, have a conditional statement in the subroutines that wait
for the mysql statement to complete (how do you do that?).
Any help is appreciated.
Charles Soto <email@example.com> wrote:
> I've got a main loop script that calls two other scripts that do no
> user interaction. All they do is send a couple of mysql update
> statements. Then they use header() to call the main loop again. This
> works fine, EXCEPT the mysql statement isn't finished by the time the
> main loop is called. This is a problem because the main loop actually
> queries that same table to show the value of the rows you just
> changed. If I refresh the page manually, the new value is correctly
> I need to either be able to refresh the page upon calling it, or
> better yet, have a conditional statement in the subroutines that wait
> for the mysql statement to complete...call by need + call by reference
In EoPL the evaluator that implements call-by-need is built on the evaluator
that implements call-by-reference. Is call-by-reference necessary?
x is bound to a reference to a thunk and y is bound to the same reference.
Why is it important for x and y to be bound to the same refererence?
((lambda (y) <expression>) x))
Now that I've got the question out of my head and into words, I think I can
see the reason - with call-by-reference the thunk is evaluated once
somewhere and all procedures that have been passed the thunk will see (refer
to) the expressed value.
...Call a VI that calls a SubvI, the SubVI calls the VI --> non recursive solution
I need a example how I can call a VI a second time when i have called some SubVI's.
The last SubVI can call the first SubVI or the main VI.
How can I do this?
My problem is that recursive solutions are not allowed in LabVIEW.
Suche ein Beispiel, wie man sinnvoll ein VI, welches mehrere SubVI
aufruft, welche dann am Ende eines Dialogs s�mtliche eingegebenen
Werte zusammengefasst wiederum in einem SubVI dargstellt.
Falls die Eingaben widerrufen werden sollen, muss der Dialog erneut
Hierzu ben�tige ich einen L�sungsansatz, da rekursives aufrufen in LabVIEW
K�nnte man mit globalen Variablen etwas Sinnvolles gestalten?
F�r Beispiele w�re ich dankbar!
...DLL Call inside DLL Call
I'm trying to make a call to a DLL that was generated with LabView, inside a DLL that itself is called from a LabView Application. I know it sounds deviously, to do that. But it is necessary, because we try to run a big application on a cRio platform, and get into trouble with memory resources. So we decided save resources by using a C++ DLL. Now it would be a very nice feature to use the analyse functionality from LabView inside that C++ DLL, by loading LabView VIs dynamically in form of generated DLLs.
This is necessary because we need a lot of Analyse VIs, that we cannot download completely.
It is no problem do run the DLLs that were generated by LabView from a console application. But when I call the same DLL inside my C++ DLL running in the LabView application it jumps to nirvana.
I see the same behaviour when I try to reload the LabView Dll again in LabView.
So my questions is: Does anyone know something about the mechanism, how LabView calls to DLLs are organized. What happens wenn I call DLLs, that were generated with LabView, that itself was Called inside a LabView application.
In my oppinion there must be a problem with function calls to the LabView RT, from a DLL when the RT is allready startet in the same application.
Does anybody has experience with such an application?
Best regards to all
Sorry, but i havn't experience in that kind of abstract application on RT but i've found ...SAB2004: call for participation, call for abstracts
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and that the preliminary technical program is available.
The deadline for early registration is 28 May 2004.
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SAB2004 introduces a new feature: the Last-Minute-Results poster session.
This special session will offer researchers in Adaptive Behavior the
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informal setting in which participants can reveal and discuss their
latest results and developments at the time of the conference (13-17
Researchers are invited to submit a two-page abstract describing recent
results/developments. Abstracts should be sent electronically as a PDF
file to the conference general email address, firstname.lastname@example.org, with
"Last Minute Results" in the email Subject line.
The call for abstracts is open to all (i.e. to people both with and
without an accepted paper at the conference). There is a limit of one
abstract/poster per participant as a first author. After review ...Calling AIX System Calls From C
Under AIX the smallest binary I've been able to generate from the
standard "Hello World" program is about 1648 bytes. I would like to
try and get the executable even smaller, and I believe a large portion
of that 1648 bytes is the libc setup code (crt.o?) and dynamic linker.
Can anyone show me how to compile/link an executable under AIX that
makes no reference to libc but instead calls the kreadv (?) system
call directly to write "Hello World" to stdout?
I have searched extensively with Google and there is very little
information on making system calls directly from C under AIX. What
little information I can find is almost nine years old
cjs2895 <email@example.com> wrote:
c> Under AIX the smallest binary I've been able to generate from the
c> standard "Hello World" program is about 1648 bytes. I would like to
c> try and get the executable even smaller, and I believe a large portion
c> of that 1648 bytes is the libc setup code (crt.o?) and dynamic linker.
c> Can anyone show me how to compile/link an executable under AIX that
c> makes no reference to libc but instead calls the kreadv (?) system
c> call directly to write "Hello World" to stdout?
c> I have searched extensively with Google and there is very little
c> information on making system calls directly from C under AIX. What
c> little information I can find is almost nine years old
It looks like you can call arbitrary system calls fro...Flash calling Php calling Perl
I have a flash program that posts user enter data to a php program on
The php program then saves this data in a database and then uses system
() to call the perl program which takes the data and generates a pdf
file and thumbnail images.
The php program, on completion of the perl program then sends a status
back to flash telling it was done. Flash then calls the php script to
get thes thumbnails for the view to see. This process can take 10 or
more seconds on the perl side to complete.
We are changing the flash aplication so that there is no need for it
to display the thumbnails after posting the data over and I am looking
for a way of having the php program just start the perl program but
not wait for it to complete before sending back the status to flash.
From all the possible PHP commands, exec(), shell_exec(), passthru()
and system(), it seems that they all wait for the called program to
finish, is there a way to just start the program and not wait for it
The other method would be to send the results back to flash prior to
calling the perl program and not care how long perl took to do its
job. Would flush() and ob_flush() be sufficient to force this
information out to flash (the only information being sent back is
"result=saved" or "result=fail")?
If this is not possible, then on the perl side (crossposted to
comp.lang.perl.misc for this question), is there a way of having a
script take the command line argumen...how to add new kernel call ? (not system call)
i have already successfully added a system call to minix 3 but i would
like to now add a kernel call.
What i have done so far is :
1) added to /usr/src/kernel/system.c :
2) added to /usr/src/kernel/system.h :
_PROTOTYPE( int do_mycall, (message *m_ptr) );
3) added the do_mycall.c implementation file inside /usr/src/kernel/
4) added to Makefile inside /usr/src/kernel/system :
$(SYSTEM)(do_mycall.o) \ (after the corresponding lines)
5) added to /usr/src/include/minix/com.h
#define SYS_MYCALL (KERNEL_CALL) + 31
#define NR_SYS_CALLS 32 ( instead of 31 which was the previous
6) then i did :
and here (at this last make) i get the following:
/usr/lib/em_led: /usr/lib/i386//libc.a(exit.o): _exit: multiply
make in /usr/src/kernel: Exit code 1
So i am guessing i have forgotten to do something... Any directions ?
> So i am guessing i have forgotten to do something... Any directions ?
Just a general comment: it is easiest to use the Makefile in
/usr/src/tools to build and install the operating system. It will do
all these things in the right sequence. To make sure that everything is
rebuit i always use "make fresh install" there, but in principle
"fresh" should not be needed in your case.
On Mar 18, 12:07=A0am, "Er...CALL OF DOODY mod for Call of Duty 2
This is a mod I made for the PC version of the videogame Call of Duty
2. It replaces your old weapons with poop fueled variants, and updates
the initial training mission appropriately. Functionally the weapons
are unchanged, only kills are much more satisfying knowing that you're
killing someone with human feces. The technology was invented by Nazi
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Hitler because it was "too smelly." However the Allied forces got hold
of this crappy new technology and have realized its destructive
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nature...the call of doody.
if anyone can provide a mirror it would be greatly appreciated!
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...what is it called?
I can't remember what it is called but I know it did have a name I
thought I remembered it as a 'cascading event' but I don't think
that's what it really is called.
your primary key has dups so when you create a query which joins the
primary key in the header to the forgien key in the detail you get
bogus results, you get a set of detail of each header record.
> Hi All,
> I can't remember what it is called but I know it did have a name I
> thought I remembered it as a 'cascading event' but I don't think
> that's what it really is called.
It might be called a mistake.
> your primary key has dups so when you create a query which joins the
> primary key in the header to the forgien key in the detail you get
> bogus results, you get a set of detail of each header record.
How can a primary key have duplicates...unless you set it up that way as
to being a primary key and allowing duplicates? But then it would not
be a primary key...a key that makes that row unique.
On Sep 5, 12:04 pm, Salad <o...@vinegar.com> wrote:
> bobh wrote:
> > Hi All,
> > I can't remember what it is called but I know it did have a name I
> > thought I remembered it as a 'cascading event' but I don't think
> > that's what it really is called.
> It might be called a mistak...Should I call C from LabVIEW or call LabVIEW from C?
I need to write some software and am trying to choose the best development environment. I currently use Borland C++ Builder to develop most of my software and have also used some LabVIEW occasionally. The new package I need to write has to provide several functions, some of which would be better in C++, some in LabVIEW and I am wondering whether to combine the two. So far, I have had a quick play around and called a very basic piece LabVIEW code, built into a dll, from some C++ code. I am about to try to reverse (create dll in C++ and call from LabVIEW) but would appreciate some advice on the advantages/disadvantages of each method.
Restrictions I have:
1. I will (probably) be using some hardware which will be supplied with C++ driver functions only. My interface with this card is the 'heart' of my system and is time-critical. Also, I need to assign a pointer to pass to this card (could I do this in LabVIEW?)
2. I wish to analyse data from the card using FFT and related functions so would ideally use the LabVIEW Sound & Vibration and Order Analysis toolkits. I need to use these in real-time where the data sampling rate is fairly high (frequency analysis to be done on 4 channels at once with each channel sampled at approx 100kHz).
To add to this, I would like to be able to create/modify the display screen at run-time - something which I am fine with in C++ but understand is very difficult in LabVIEW (I have only used LabVIEW for relatively...calling labview dll from fortran lf95
I have a huge legacy app. written in Leahy LF95 fortran. I have GPIB instruments that I want to communicate using Labview from within the fortran code. I have created a labview 8.5 dll with my GPIB functions. I call them from the fortran app. Everything compiles and links just fine. I go to run the app and everything is fine until the call to Labview Runtime engine. I get a generic Error 998 blah blah blah runtime engine problem. This is a National Instruments error message NOT Fortran. I tried creating a MS VC++ 6.0 wrapper dll that simply calls the Labview dll thinking it might be an interface problem. Same error. I am very frustrated at this point and question the viability of Labview in any of my future projects that involve Fortran which is a huge # of projects.
Hi BoeingJR, This is not a LabVIEW error, but rather is related to the way the DLL is being called. Please see these links for more info:KB:<a href="http://digital.ni.com/public.nsf/allkb/FD1B1D686A85471686256FC700605F60?OpenDocument" target="_blank">Why Do I Get Error 998 when I Try to Call a DLL in LabVIEW?</a> Related forum post: <a href="http://forums.ni.com/ni/board/message?board.id=170&message.id=26765&requireLogin=False" target="_blank">I get error 998 when calling a LabVIEW buildt DLL from MSVC++</a> Hope this helps.
Thanks for the input...there is something squirrley about the Labview Run Time Engine. I r...Call Manager Express
I've just installed a new CME system using 8 FXO ports to connect to
the PSTN. Everything works great except for one minor problem when
dialing out - all outgoing calls have a 7-12 second delay before
connecting. For example, I pick up a phone, dial 9 to get out, then
987-6543, then silence for 7-12 seconds. The call eventually rings
and connects, but the delay is confusing to users. Any help is
appreciated. Thanks, Dave.
dial-peer voice 1 pots
dial-peer voice 2 pots
dial-peer voice 3 pots
dial-peer voice 4 pots
dial-peer voice 20 voip
session protocol sipv2
session target ipv4:xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
load 7960-7940 P00307020200
ip source-address xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx port 2000
system message CME
create cnf-files version-stamp 7960 Oct 16 2007 15:29:37
max-conferences 8 gain -6
Your patterns are very generic and 9T gives no indication of when enough
digits have been received. You need to either put in specific patterns, so
that cme knows when you've finished dialing, or you can just press # after
You can a...Calling FORTRAN from Microsoft Visual C++ (2005)
I'm trying to do a trivial test of a C++ main calling a FORTRAN static
liband I am getting a linker error I cannot get around. Here's the
source code and linker error:
void __stdcall tfort_ (int&, float&);
int _tmain(int argc, _TCHAR* argv)
C TEST FORTRAN
SUBROUTINE TFORT(A, B)
WRITE(UNIT=*, FMT=*)'A = ', A, ' B = ',B
1>TestC.obj : error LNK2019: unresolved external symbol _tfort_@8
referenced in function _wmain
1>C:\Mainframe\MainframePort\Debug\TestC.exe : fatal error LNK1120: 1
1>Build log was saved at "file://c:\Mainframe\MainframePort\TestC\Debug
1>TestC - 2 error(s), 0 warning(s)
========== Build: 0 succeeded, 1 failed, 0 up-to-date, 0 skipped
I have tried different variations of the underscore placement and
capitilization of the TFORT routine in the C++ code to no avail. Is
there a compiler option I need? (I am using the Intel FORTRAN
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
On 25/04/2012 13:37, Mark wrote:
> extern "C"
> void __stdcall tfort_ (int&, float&);
> int _tmain(int argc, _TCHAR* argv)
>...Excel calls an Access query that itself calls a VB Function
I am having a lot of trouble with a query that I am trying to call
from Excel. As far as I can tell, the problem has to do with the fact
that my Access Query actually uses a VB function that I created. For
some reason, this two-step approach is causing a few different errors.
Most consistently, I get:
Run-time error '3085'
Application-defined or object-defined error
Does anyone know how to avoid this conflict?
Here are the relevant codes:
Access Function used in query "Fees":
Function FeeRate(ItemAmt, qIssuer)
'this function looks up relevant fee levels by client
Dim FeeTbl As String
FeeTbl = "Fees"
'each issuer/client can have a graduated fee structure based on levels
'this function will look for the level that the selected transaction
FeeLvlMax = DMin("[End]", FeeTbl, "[End] > " & ItemAmt & " AND
[Issuer_Tag] = '" & qIssuer & "'")
FeeRate = DLookup("[Fee]", FeeTbl, "[End] = " & FeeLvlMax)
And then - the Excel code calling the query:
'This sub will pass two parameters to QueryDef in the Reconciliation
'database and place the results on Sheet1.
Dim Db As Database
Dim Qd As QueryDef
Dim Rs As Recordset
Dim Ws As Object
Dim i As Integer
Dim FirstDate As ...call template function called from another xml file?
Hi, if I want to include a set of call template methods into my xsl
file can I do that? Meaning I want to have the template method below
of data_output in another file that I can use in several other xsl
files when needed. This would be similar to an inclue mindset in C++
or a import in java. Any help is greatly appreciated. Below I would
like the "data_output" template call to be imported so to speak or come
from another xsl file, can this be done using the document method?
<!-- data output -->
<th align='left' bgcolor="lightblue">
<font color...Calling Linux system calls without risk of stalling?
In a multicore processor running Linux, one of the cores (say core 1)
only runs one program/process and this program/process do various
Linux system calls.
This program/process has to execute as fast as possible and should not
risk stalling/blocking on any spinlocks in the Linux kernel as result
of doing the Linux system calls.
What would be a safe implementation to solve this "problem" of risking
to "stall" on a system call for the "stall free" program on core 1?
Would a good implementation be to have a relay process/thread on
another core (than core 1) which the "stall free" program/process has
a lock free communication channel with (via shared memory for
Then the "stall free" program can place system call requests via the
shared memory to the relay process on the other core, and tnhe relay
process executes the system calls on behalf of the "lock free" program/
process, and also returns the result in the shared memory.
Or are there other better ways to solve this?
> This program/process has to execute as fast as possible and should not
> risk stalling/blocking on any spinlocks in the Linux kernel as result
> of doing the Linux system calls.
[ - cut -]
> Or are there other better ways to solve this?
Maybe you should look for linux RT and the people involved with it. Your
problem looks like a realttime-problem.
...Is there a limit of mssql_bind calls you can make when calling mssql_execute?
It seems that the maximum number of parameters I can bind using
mssql_bind and an execute statement is 30. If we go beyond we get an
error of "mssql_execute(): could not retrieve results".
Can anyone confirm that this is a limitation (of PHP4 or of MSSQL 2000)
and if so, can it be modified?
When we use mssql_query we can go beyond 30 parameters. Unfortunately
there is a case where using mssql_query is not an option.
There is a bug in MSSQL Client Libraries that avoid sending varchar
parameters for more than 255 characters to a stored procedure. Use
Could this be the reason?
It doesn't seem to be the problem since we've duplicated it with many
different stored procedures and they always fail on the 31st parameter
...Techrights Watch: Roy calls people libelous for calling out his BS
schestowitz: we have the apple troll on #techbytes
when he starts trolling, which he will, he'll probably be
booted That dunce is very mentally disturbed But IMHO, he
helps bring more people to the site, oddly enough He can't
How what? He helps the site? schestowitz The trolling is not
helping But he absorbs people who hate us and then channels
them to the site\ He doesn't know it's ineffective, the best
he could do was to ignore
The Badgeware/Brandware company known as "Apple" is a major
competitor of Linux. GNU/Linux is not just a desktop platform
and this forum is not about desktops. either. It is funny to
see how anti-Linux trolls who infiltrated this newsgroup
somehow act all shocked and surprised that Apple is put down
in a forum that compares Linux to other operating systems.
Wait, what?!?! How dare it compare!!! Maybe they feel a
little envious because their little SCO wannabe,
Microsoft, does not get as much attention as it used to.
Personally, I no longer track Microsoft because it's dying on
its own; it doesn't need much of a shove. Microsoft will be
like SUN in 5-10 years, only ...IEEE SP Magazine Call For Call for Articles on DSP Patents
IEEE Signal Processing Magazine
Call for Articles on DSP Patents
IEEE Signal Processing Magazine will publish a new column called
DSP Patents. Technical patents are often written in terms of claims and
legal jargons. Technical oriented readers often find it difficult to
understand the real technical issues addressed by a given patent. The
objective of this column is to review newly issued DSP-related patents
and their applications using a style that is easily understandable by a
DSP engineer. It is required that each article will cover the following
aspects of a patent:
1. Problem statement: What problem is addressed in this invention and
why is it important?
2. Prior art: What have been done so far, and why existing solutions
3. Technical description: Describe, in easily understood style, the
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the proposed solution that is protected by this patent.
5. Comments: Discuss possible alternate solutions that may serve
similar functions and possible future innovations.
The length of the article is limited to one to two printed pages (up to
six double-space type-written pages). The authors could be either the
inventors of the patent or experts in the related areas. If the authors
are inventors, the article will be reviewed by a thirty party expert
and the editor. If the authors are not inventors of the patent, the
article will be forwarded to inven...Calling C++ DLL from FORTRAN ... Application failed to initialize properly
I have this dll that I wrote in VC++.NET. I've exported some functions
that I know work when called from C++, VB, VBA, HTML (when I regasm(ed)
it). So it works ... but they want me to call it from FORTRAN, writen
in Intel Fortran. When I try to run the fortran code, I get
"Application failed to initialize properly (0xc0000142) Click on OK to
terminate the program"
Here's what I have ...
In my *.h file I have ...
__declspec(dllimport) void __stdcall IterateInputFile(String*);
__declspec(dllimport) void __stdcall IterateInputArray(double*,
In my *.cpp file I have ...
void __stdcall IterateInputFile(String* FilePath)
STWT::CSTWT* ws = __gc new STWT::CSTWT();
FilePath = FilePath->Replace(S".xml",S".out.xml");
void __stdcall IterateInputArray(double* InputArray, double*
STWT::CSTWT* ws = __gc new STWT::CSTWT();
in my FORTRAN project settings ....
Additional Dependancies = "$(OUTDIR)/STWT.lib" (the lib and dll is
located with the f90 exe file)
and .. in my *.f90 file, I have ....
REAL *8 Input(92)
REAL *8 Output(56)
!DEC$ ATTRIBUTES STDCALL, DLLIMPORT, alias: "_IterateInpu...C system() call failing in print app called by Samba
I have an embedded Linux device running on a Cirrus Logic EP9301 ARM,
Linux kernel version 220.127.116.11m1. It is configured as a Samba print
share. Instead of printing a file from a Windows client, we have
print command set to call a custom application that is supposed to
upload the file to an SFTP server. In my C++ application, I wrapped
the appropriate command in a system() call.
The application works perfectly when I call it from a command line
terminal. The problem arises when I have it called from Samba. The
problem is that the system call always fails. I can see my
application running with the appropriate parameters via syslog
To simplify debugging, I replaced the C++ program called by Samba with
a very simple C program that makes 2 system calls: one to env (which
pipes the results to a log file) and the other to beep, a custom app
that beeps the speaker in our target. Again, running directly from
the command line, it works correctly. It fails, however, when
executed via Samba.
Here is the code snippet:
sprintf(Cmd, "/usr/bin/env >> /tmp/env.log");
RetVal = system(Cmd);
printf("system call result = %d\n", RetVal);
WriteSyslog("system call result = %d", RetVal);
sprintf(Cmd, "beep 4");
RetVal = system(Cmd...msaccess.exe API calls: where to get the function call description
I have a problem with one of msaccess.exe API calls that work on my desctop
but does not work on the laptop from within MS ACCESS. There is a lot of
differences between 2 computers including one running Office 2000 and another
running Office 2003. This code was created by a previous developer. I need to
find the description and parameters of the API calls. I found the article
Office VBA and the Windows API
that says that I should use Win32.API.txt that I don't have on my computer or
I should install
The Microsoft Platform SDK, which contains complete documentation for the
Windows API. I installed that, but could not find functions for MS ACCESS.
Please, let me know where to look for the function call description for MS
ACCESS API functions.
Another question is: why this fuction when called from Access 2000 does
accept hexadecimal value and when called from Access 2003 it does not accept
hexadecimal value for the Registry Hive.
Basically I will be grateful for the input format of all parameters. The
function definition is:
Declare Function adh_accRegWriteVal Lib "msaccess.exe" Alias "#71" _
(ByVal hkeyRoot As Long, ByVal strSubKey As String, ByVal strValName As
lpData As Any, ByVal lngType As Long) As Long
Thanks in advance for any help,
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