Category : BASIC Source Code
Archive   : APIX.ZIP
Filename : APIX.TXT

 
Output of file : APIX.TXT contained in archive : APIX.ZIP
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APIX version 1.0

Author - Jeff Simms CIS 72200,3173

April 27, 1992

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The Apix Programmers Utility gives you instant access to the

API Declares - Constants - Types
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File list for APIX:

Program Files: APIXGLOB.BAS - Nothing there now.
APIXCLIC.FRM - Holds Program Icon
APIXMAIN.FRM - Main Program Form.
APIX.MAK -The make file.

Text Files: APIABRV.TXT - Abbreviated API declares.
APICONST.TXT -API & VB Constant list.
APITYPE.TXT - API Types list.


Program installation:

The program code looks for the above text files in the "C:\VB" directory. Wherever you decide to place the files just make sure it's reflected in the ClearList Subroutine.

Program How-To:

1) To load main form click on program icon.
2)To add items to the selected list you double-click. You double-click to remove also.
3) Use the "ACT" Buttons to switch between lists:

A - The API Calls List
C - The API Constants List
T - The API Types List

The last button "Q" unloads the main form. To end the program you click on the program icon with the right button. You can use the keyboard to move quickly in a list.

Program Notes:

Program was coded on a monochrome display so color to suit before making executable.

To change constants to "global" you can change the code in the SelectFrom_DblClick sub to read 'ClipboardList.AddItem "Global Const" + SelectFrom.Text'

You can add or remove items from the APICONST.TXT with out much trouble.

To add items to the API Types list that are not in the "Type - End Type" format you can add them manually. DefInt A-Z was added this way.

"Const WM_USER = 1024" is added to the ClipboardList the first time you make a selection from API Constants.

DON'T DELETE YOUR WINAPI.TXT JUST YET.

If you get a "Bad DLL Calling Convention" refer to your copy of the WINAPI.TXT to make sure there isn't a missing ByVal (not caused by APIX) and that the variables are the correct type.

The Code is not commented out. I used descriptive sub and variable names that should help you follow the program if you're interested.

This program is provided free to all users of Visual Basic, courtesy of Jeff Simms 72200,3173. If you have any problems please let me know.





  3 Responses to “Category : BASIC Source Code
Archive   : APIX.ZIP
Filename : APIX.TXT

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