[AccessD] 32->64 bit
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Tue Nov 9 00:51:51 CST 2021
Arthur maybe you can go on one of those websites where a lot of offshore
(India generally) will bid on your project for very low price and you can
sub out the parts you don’t have time or appetite for. You can tell them
all you want done is your APIs updated so your app compiles.
On Mon, Nov 8, 2021 at 9:32 PM Arthur Fuller <fuller.artful at gmail.com>
> Thanks for all your advice. I shall do what I can. I think that, about to
> turn 74 in precisely a week, I'm getting too old for this game. when this
> project is done, I may hang up the towel, and consider a nre career.
> Towel-boy in a mikvah comes to mind. Or perhaps I'll return to my career as
> a backgammon player. great thing about backgammon: the rules are
> well=established and involve no APIs. Or maybe a hairdresser. Shoe-shine
> boy involves too much bedding.
> On Mon, Nov 8, 2021 at 6:20 PM Stuart McLachlan <stuart at lexacorp.com.pg>
> > On 9 Nov 2021 at 9:09, Borge Hansen wrote:
> > > Forget about the constants and type declarations in the
> > > fileWin32API_PtrSafe.txt file!
> > > You already would have them for the API's you already have in your
> > > Access project. Although Getz and Litwin and others may have prefixed
> > > them - see my other email ...
> > More Danger! Many Types have changed element sizes from LONG to LONGPtr
> > (essentially, any element that is a handle to an object or a pointer to a
> > data structure or
> > memeory location. That changes bothe the size of the type structure and
> > the offsets in the
> > strucutre for the various elements in it.
> > It's very important to update any Types referenced by API declarations.
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