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ShellExecute() is part of the Win32 API. It''s not VB specific.

So in short, yes, you can use ShellExecute() in a windows executable programmed in C++.

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if you mean one byte at a time just use something like

char b;

I might have got some of those arguments the wrong way round cause I haven''t done c i/o for a long time

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