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DECLARE INTEGER RasPhonebookDlg IN rasdlg;
    STRING @lpszPhonebook, STRING @lpszEntry, STRING @lpInfo

*|typedef struct tagRASPBDLG {
*|  IN  DWORD         dwSize;        0:4
*|  IN  HWND          hwndOwner;     4:4
*|  IN  DWORD         dwFlags;       8:4
*|  IN  LONG          xDlg;          12:4
*|  IN  LONG          yDlg;          16:4
*|  IN  DWORD         dwCallbackId;  20:4
*|  IN  RASPBDLGFUNC  pCallback;     24:4
*|  OUT DWORD         dwError;       28:4
*|  IN  ULONG_PTR         reserved;  32:4
*|  IN  ULONG_PTR         reserved2; 36:4
*|} RASPBDLG; total bytes = 40
#DEFINE RASPBDLG_SIZE  40

LOCAL lcBuffer
lcBuffer = Chr(RASPBDLG_SIZE) + Repli(Chr(0), RASPBDLG_SIZE-1)
? RasPhonebookDlg(0,0, @lcBuffer)

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Created: 2002-08-12 10:15:57  
Modified: 2009-01-03 15:26:33  
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