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Default Run-time code execution

Can visual basic 6 execute in-line VB code? example...

At *run time*...execute code inside a string?

For example..reading the line 'MsgBox "mytext"' out of a text file..or a text box, then executing it? I think it can be done using the VBA class reference some how, but I have no experience with this in Vb, not sure if it's more efficient or less efficient than just refencing your related libraries your in-line code pertains to in C, it seems much more complicated in VB, but I'm just not used to it I think. Oh well, can anyone shed some light on this?
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No this might not possible...........

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