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The char is a fixed-length character data type, the varchar is a variable-length character data type.
Because char is a fixed-length data type, the storage size of the char value is equal to the
maximum size for this column. Because varchar is a variable-length data type, the storage size of
the varchar value is the actual length of the data entered, not the maximum size for this column.
You can use char when the data entries in a column are expected to be the same size.
You can use varchar when the data entries in a column are expected to vary considerably in size.
Object linking and embedding, for using to other object classes like
word, excel , autocad objects in our own applications, only thing we have to add reference for
1. dropdown combo
2. simple combo
3. dropdwon list
An Interface basically is a contract which defines the factors (properties and methods)
that a class must provide. However the interface does not specify how these factors are to
Functionally in VB6 they are pretty much the same. You can create standard interfaces by
compiling abstract classes in Visual Basic ActiveX DLLs or EXEs, or with the MkTypLib
utility. In order to implement an interface, you must use the References dialog box to set
a reference to the type library or ActiveX DLL or EXE. In similar fashion, any
application that uses objects which have implemented an abstract interface must also
have a reference to the type library that describes the interface. Information about
implemented interfaces cannot be included in the type libraries of components, because
there is no way to resolve naming conflicts.
AppActivate ("C:\windows\system32\cmd.exe") \u2018 Appilcation caption
SendKeys ("SA") \u2019For sending one string
SendKeys "% ep", 1\u2019 For sending Clipboard data to Dos
Private Sub Form_Activate()
Dim s As String
Label1.Caption = "TopITMedia.com"
For i = 1 To Len(Label1)
s = s & Mid$(Label1, i, 1) & vbCrLf
Label1 = s
Note: You need to drag the Label1 vertically.
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