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    Is there a way to easily create a new portion of a program by remotely executing code in native format in vb

    Basically:

    I want the end user to be able to create a variable then VB write to a textfile

    open file

    dim myVar as Integer
    myVar= "555"

    close file

    then onload at runtime read from the txt file and create those variables

    is there an easy way or a module or class to do this or any other way to incorporate this

    Thanks in advance
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    Not really. It depends on what exactly you want to execute and why. You may want to look into VBA (VB for applications) integration which allows you to run external scripts in a way similar to this. With cunning design, you can allow access from the vba script back into your VB application. Another way is to write your own script interpreter.. not as scary as it sounds... or perhaps think about incorporating perl or java..

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    • #3
      Originally posted by lostreception View Post
      Is there a way to easily create a new portion of a program by remotely executing code in native format in vb

      Basically:

      I want the end user to be able to create a variable then VB write to a textfile

      open file

      dim myVar as Integer
      myVar= "555"

      close file

      then onload at runtime read from the txt file and create those variables

      is there an easy way or a module or class to do this or any other way to incorporate this

      Thanks in advance
      yes it is posible
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