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code for calling a project from a main project (both in one product)

Hi guys.
I am developing this project where I ve been forced to include (add) another vb project. Problem is I cant move execution/control from the main project to the new/other project. Please, someone help. Thanks.
Nov 1 '06 #1
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sashi
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Hi there,

What is the question? Please try to be more clearer and try to give out more information when asking question as it helps to troubleshoot.
Nov 1 '06 #2
Hi there,

What is the question? Please try to be more clearer and try to give out more information when asking question as it helps to troubleshoot.
Hi Sashi and the rest of u guys,
Thanks for responding.

The question is: What instruction would I use to pass execution to one project from another. For example, to pass execution to a class, the CALL statement is used.

Now, what statement do I need to use to 'CALL' (read PASS) execution control TO another project if I have moree than one project in a project group?

Thanks
Nov 2 '06 #3
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Hi Sashi and the rest of u guys,
Thanks for responding.

The question is: What instruction would I use to pass execution to one project from another. For example, to pass execution to a class, the CALL statement is used.

Now, what statement do I need to use to 'CALL' (read PASS) execution control TO another project if I have moree than one project in a project group?

Thanks
hi
CALL will access an internal subroutine.
better use SHELL
Nov 2 '06 #4

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