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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This is an excellent VB6 (5?) addin replacement for the Microsoft Class builder utility. Supports Implemented Interfaces classes and all VB DataTypes. (Originally posted July 30, 2000.)
This code demonstrates how to dynamically size controls on your form / usercontrol. Controls can be set to expand dynamically, aligned only, or only expand in one direction - a great couple of small clean classes to add to your GUI projects. (Originally posted September 3, 2000.)
This excellent ActiveX DLL contains a library of Card routines and the associated Bitmaps for them - all in a nice easy to use interface - a compiled help file is also available. (Originally posted November 18, 2000.)
Shows how to drop down the DataComboBox in VB6 when the SendMessage API call doesn't work. (Originally posted May 2, 1999.)
This code shows how to add nodes to a Sheridan TreeView control with popup menus - the code can easily be converted for use with a standard TreeView. (Originally posted July 1,1999.)
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