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Language: Visual Basic
Expertise: Intermediate
Aug 19, 1997

Use Read-Only Attributes When Sharing Code

If you set a VB file's DOS attribute to read-only, VB will show it with a red lock in the project window and prevent it from being overwritten. This is a handy way of sharing a common code library between developers' projects and ensuring that no one can modify the "common" code.
Craig Goren
 
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