UDT's and VB 6.0 
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 UDT's and VB 6.0


I'm having some problem understanding or testing this new feature of VB 6.0

According to this from the MSDN CD;

New data-related enhancements to the Visual Basic language include the ability to pass User-defined Types (UDTs) and arrays across processes. You can now define a UDT and pass it as a parameter to another process, such as an ActiveX EXE or DLL.

As I understand it;

It is possible to declare an UDT and use it  as a parameter of a Sub or Function inside a Class module or Form.

But i get the usual error (as in VB5.0) when i try this

Anyone knows what they actually mean ?


Tue, 27 Mar 2001 03:00:00 GMT  
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