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Accessing Memory by 32-bit Addresing in Windows using Visual Basic

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Submitted on: 1/20/2015 2:42:00 PM
By: Chris Vega (from psc cd)  
Level: Advanced
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Compatibility: VB 5.0, VB 6.0
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     When we talk about *real* Pointer and Memory Addressing, most of us thinks of Visual Basic limitations, ie, VB cannot access memory because VB has no pointer datatype for a variable declarations. This confusion grow even larger when a scenarios needed one *address* of a variable instead of its value, ie, from where in memory was that variable located into a virtual space of currently running process or a process or dynamic library. Well, forget those myths and read this Article to show you the inner light of Visual Basic Pointers.

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