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Create Thread API for Windows with VB6

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Hi Everybody,

Im developing a small utility for Windows in VB6 and this also happens to be my first application that uses the CreateThread API.

The form load calls the CreateThread API with the Addressof operator to a function written in a module. The function displays the File & Folder Properties dialog box using theShellExecuteEx API. My query was as to how can i make my program wait till the user closes the Properties dialog box and then cause an Unload Me...
May 27 '08 #1
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Dököll
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Hello riyazwalikar!

This sounds very interesting, please post what you have thus far, if code is there for all to see, others passing through may see it and perhaps shed some light.

Also, you can add a pseudocode or some sort and see if that gets you anything, perhaps we might be able to point you to a tutorial that fits your purpose,

how's that for a deal? Also, do search this forum up above, just in cse something already posted. I am probably going to update your title for added hits on this...

In a bit!
Jun 7 '08 #2

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Hello riyazwalikar!

This sounds very interesting, please post what you have thus far, if code is there for all to see, others passing through may see it and perhaps shed some light.

Also, you can add a pseudocode or some sort and see if that gets you anything, perhaps we might be able to point you to a tutorial that fits your purpose,

how's that for a deal? Also, do search this forum up above, just in cse something already posted. I am probably going to update your title for added hits on this...

In a bit!
Ok, I changed it to Create Thread API for Windows with VB6 from Windows in VB6 Threading difficulty.. hope it's okay, see what thast gets you.

Fancy stuff riyazwalikar, I hope you get what you're looking for:-)
Jun 7 '08 #3

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