Nov 05, 1996
Visual Basic 4.0 supports line Continuation character ( _ ). Which is used to break a long line into multiple lines.
In earlier Visual Basic versions the line could be like
sMsgString = "Visual Basic 4.0 now supports line Continuation Character"
Now in Visual Basic 4.0, it can be split up like
sMsgString = "Visual Basic 4.0 now supports" _
+ "line Continuation Character"
Nov 04, 1996
Now we have a solution to pass a Null pointer to an API function parameter. Declare the API parameters as "Byval as String" and Pass a null pointer by passing the vbNullString constant.
Oct 28, 1996
Visual Basic 4.0 supports custom cursors. To display a custom icon, in the Properties window set the MousePointer property to 99-Custom. Then, also in the Properties window, set MouseIcon to the icon of your choice. If either of these properties is not accurately set, the default mouse pointer will be used.