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    how do i make a keypress function like with api ,ex
    is it somthing like this
    Public declara function keypress(keyascii as integer)

    somthing like that

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    It's called events, and you don't use APi's to declare them, you use delcare them with Event:
    Code:
    Private WithEvents tb As TextBox
    Public Event Keypress(KeyAscii As Integer)
    
    
    Private Sub tb_KeyPress(KeyAscii As Integer)
        'To raise the event use raiseevent
        RaiseEvent Keypress(KeyAscii)
    End Sub
    This is an example how you can raise events with a class containing a textbox.
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    thanks man , sorry i havnt e-mailed you back
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