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how to see vba "compiled" code

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This post comes from seeing the protracted thread(s) on use of integer v long in loop code. My first
reaction was "why not print out the "compiled" code and see what it is in each case? That should
settle the matter. However this doesn't seem to be at all easy in vba.
I have tried using the code (it is a V add-in) in "Microsoft's P-Code Implementation"
by John Chamberlain
http://www.programmersheaven.com/art.../john/vbvm.htm
though I haven't got it working fully, and also you would need some more insight into the way the
codes are actually executed on your platform.
However life is too short!
Nov 13 '05 #1
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