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Default Issue in creating Dll in command prompt using vb6

hi,

I am working on a tool which compiles a dll using the following are statement

vb6 /makedll d:\test.vbp

when I tried to execute the command in the path where vb6.exe resides its poping up an error message saying
Invalid syntax for constant declarations

but when i tried to compile it under visual studio it gets compiled.
can anyone who have idea about this issue please let me know about it.



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Thangaraja Kannan


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