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Zip and Unzip Using VB5 or VB6

Learn how to use Zip and Unzip compatible methods with VB5 or VB6. All the code is contained in class modules that can either be compiled into an ActiveX or dropped into an existing project. The Zip/Unzip functionality is handled by the FreeWare InfoZip components from ( ) - these DLL's are included in the download.

Determining Item / Subitem Clicked in a ListView

This code shows how to determine just what was clicked in a listview - ie. icon, text, subitem, status icon etc. VB6 (may work with VB6) (Originally posted January 25, 2000.)

A Simple Stack Class

This simple stack class module can be dropped into any project and used straight away. The default items in the stack are variants, but can be changed to use and variable / object type. (Originally posted January 7, 2000.)

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