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good day all!
i have 2 questions i will be thankful if someone will be able to help me :)

1. i know that there are few diffrences in the size of int , double , short
, etc.... can someone tell me please what are the diffrences bettwen vb6 to
..net or give me some sources , links to read.?

2. i have vb.net project which include reference to vb6 com , now i need to
pass to a function from .net to the vb6 some parameter but!!!!! he need to
be byref and when i do so i got "Type Mismatch" someone can guess what the
problem is?

any help will be thankful.
Zoei...
Nov 19 '05 #1
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"Organza" <el*****@hotmail.com> schrieb
good day all!
i have 2 questions i will be thankful if someone will be able to help
me :)

1. i know that there are few diffrences in the size of int , double ,
short , etc.... can someone tell me please what are the diffrences
bettwen vb6 to .net or give me some sources , links to read.?
All data types are described in the docs. In VB6 as well as in VB.Net.
Simply type the type name in the code editor, and/or, in VB6, in the
immediate window and press <F1>.
2. i have vb.net project which include reference to vb6 com , now i
need to pass to a function from .net to the vb6 some parameter
but!!!!! he need to be byref and when i do so i got "Type Mismatch"
someone can guess what the problem is?


What's the declaration of the procedure? What the declaration of the
variables/values you're trying to pass?

Also have a look at

<F1>
Visual Studio.NET
Visual Basic and Visual C#
Reference
Visual Basic language
Tour through Visual Basic
COM-Interop

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Armin

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localized (German) version. Excuse slight deviations.

Nov 19 '05 #2
"Armin Zingler" <az*******@freenet.de> schrieb
1. i know that there are few diffrences in the size of int , double
, short , etc.... can someone tell me please what are the
diffrences bettwen vb6 to .net or give me some sources , links to
read.?


All data types are described in the docs. In VB6 as well as in
VB.Net. Simply type the type name in the code editor, and/or, in VB6,
in the immediate window and press <F1>.


You might also consider reading

Visual Studio.NET
Visual Basic and Visual C#
Reference
Visual Basic language
Tour through Visual Basic
-> Changes in Visual Basic
Upgrading applications
Upgrading from VB 6.0
-> Introduction in VB.Net for experienced VB users
--
Armin

- The tree representing the table of contents has been translated from
localized (German) version. Excuse slight deviations.

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