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Hi i''m trying to convert some example (made in vb6) that i found and i have one problem for the moment. This is how the sub look in Public Sub DrawPrimitiveUP(ByVal PrimitiveType As DxVBLibA.CONST_D3DPRIMITIVETYPE, ByVal PrimitiveCount As Integer, ByVal VertexStreamZeroDataArray As IntPtr, ByVal VertexStreamZeroStride As Integer) I call the sub in vb6 that way and it worked fine: D3DDevice.DrawPrimitiveUP(DxVBLibA.CONST_D3DPRIMITIVETYPE.D3DPT_TRIANGLESTRIP, 2, TriStrip(0), Len(TriStrip(0))) but in VB.Net it doesn''t accept TriStrip(0). It needs a System.IntPtr Anyone knows how i can get the intptr of TriStrip(0) ? Thanks in advance. NTSC

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I haven''t use VB.NET, but if it has the VarPtr function, then you can use it to get a pointer to a variable (which will be an int)

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