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i wanna know if there's any method in VB to save all data in an exe file as they are in the exe file itself without saving them to a text file or something else
Mar 5 '07 #1
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i wanna know if there's any method in VB to save all data in an exe file as they are in the exe file itself without saving them to a text file or something else
Dear every time u run the exe the processor allocates RAM and physical memory to it so its not possible to store the data in exe itself.
If it is not so then just think 1gb of RAM is not a big thing.
Good Luck
Mar 5 '07 #2
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i wanna know if there's any method in VB to save all data in an exe file as they are in the exe file itself without saving them to a text file or something else
Hi there,

I wonder why you ever wanted to to do that as it's not a safe programming method. Please explain the reason. Take care.
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