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can we call function whose name store in variable

Hi All,

Is it possible to call a function whose name is store in variable using
VB.Net. Assume this

dim a as string

a = "GetEmploye e()"

Now I have function name in a variable, how can I call this function.

Thanks
AQ
Nov 19 '05 #1
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Abdul,

Use the CallByName function

Stephen

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Hi All,

Is it possible to call a function whose name is store in variable using
VB.Net. Assume this

dim a as string

a = "GetEmploye e()"

Now I have function name in a variable, how can I call this function.

Thanks
AQ

Nov 19 '05 #2
Thanks a lot. It really helps me.

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