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Re: CHART_HIDDEN in VB 6.0


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Hi Kevin, 

I don't see a problem with this. It's just the largest double number possible. If you entered "1E+308" directly,

it would have the same effect as using "CHART_HIDDEN" but the latter one is easier to read, isn't it? The

software engineers at SoftwareFX use this number as a flag as they believe no one will ever use this number for

any other purpose. Sounds alright with me.

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Kevin Munson wrote:

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> Every time I use CHART_HIDDEN in a VB 6.0 project, VB changes its definition

> in cfxocx.bas to "1E+308". Is there any way around this?

>

> Thanks,

>

> Kevin Munson

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