May 1, 1999

What are Lvalues and Rvalues?

An object is a contiguous region of memory storage. An lvalue (pronounced: L value) is an expression that refers to such an object. The original definition of lvalue referred to

Loading Resources With the getResource() Method

Most nontrivial applications are packaged with “resource files,” which are nothing more than files used by the application for various purposes. Some examples of these resources include image (GIF, JPEG)

Fast String Array Load and Save

VB6 offers a couple new string functions that work with string arrays. One of these new string functions, Join, concatenates all the items of an array into an individual string