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Henning

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Mar 20, 2005, 4:26:07 PM3/20/05
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Hi grp
Where is the unsigned int type hiding in VB6? Or did they "forget" it?

/Henning
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Time is present only to prevent everything from happening at once.
Still it seems that everything happens at once.
Then there must be a bug in time.
To find the bug in time, isn't that what we all hope for.


Tom Lake

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Mar 20, 2005, 4:47:45 PM3/20/05
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"Henning" <comput...@coldmail.com> wrote in message
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> Hi grp
> Where is the unsigned int type hiding in VB6? Or did they "forget" it?

I don't recall Unsigned Int ever being a valid data type in any Microsoft
version of BASIC before .NET. Was it?

Tom Lake


Michael D. Ober

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Mar 20, 2005, 9:32:30 PM3/20/05
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Use Long and hope you don't need unsigned numbers larger than 2^31-1.

Mike Ober.

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Henning

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Mar 20, 2005, 10:34:46 PM3/20/05
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Yes, and using intVar = int(longVar)
Thanx!
/Henning

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ole

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Mar 20, 2005, 11:52:02 PM3/20/05
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Henning !
Jeg siger det, som det er:
Du er en idiot at høre på !
Det er ikke selve spørgsmålet, men den måde, du
formulerer dig selv. Du er en dreng. Se at blive voksen
i en fart.
"computer_hero", som du kalder dig selv.
Vi er nogle få her fra DK. Man finder meget hurtigt ud af,
at danske ikke er i høj kurs. Der har været et par andre, der
snakker lisom dig.

ole


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