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Procedure Attributes - VB6

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Modified on Fri, Feb 06, 2009, 10:45 PM by Administrator Categorized as Visual Basic 6
To set the Procedure ID for a procedure in Visual Basic 6.0, on the Tools menu, select Procedure Attributes. Doing so will bring up the following dialog. The dialog is shown after the Advanced >> key is clicked.

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In addition to the items listed in the Procedure ID box - (Default), AboutBox, and Refresh - you can specify that the procedure is an Enumerator Function by manually typing -4 (negative 4) in the box. This apparently is a "magic number" to enable the feature. An Enumerator Function is used in a Collection class to allow an instance of it to be used within a For Each loop.

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