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#1 Andre Luiz Silva   Members   -  Reputation: 122

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Posted 19 June 2001 - 04:24 AM

If I create an application that has no forms, just a module with a Sub Main procedure with my code, will the executable code still have a form object? Thanks in advance, André "- To begin with, said the Cat, a dog''s not mad. You grant that? - I suppose so, said Alice. - Well, then, - the Cat went on - you see, a dog growls when it''s angry, and wags its tail when it''s pleased. Now I growl when I''m pleased, and wag my tail when I''m angry. Therefore I''m mad."

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Posted 19 June 2001 - 04:38 AM

Nope......just curious, why would you want to do this?

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Posted 19 June 2001 - 05:15 AM

I am responsable on helping students of Data Structures at my college. The teacher has asked me about it, and I´ve looked up it at VB´s help and at msdn, but I have not found a bit of information...

And before you blame him, he does not teach Data Structures using VB. He uses Borland C++ and he is curious about this question I´ve made here...

André

"- To begin with, said the Cat, a dog''s not mad. You grant that?
- I suppose so, said Alice.
- Well, then, - the Cat went on - you see, a dog growls when it''s angry, and wags its tail when it''s pleased. Now I growl when I''m pleased, and wag my tail when I''m angry. Therefore I''m mad."




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