Visual Basic Core Snippet Routines
inet_addr
          
                 
   Converts a string containing an (Ipv4) Internet Protocol dotted address in the format "192.168.1.100'' into a proper numeric address (signed long value). The original address can be retrieved from the long using inet_ntoa.           
           Updated:   Monday December 26, 2011   
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   Applies to:   VB4-32, VB5, VB6   
OS restrictions:   None  
 Code Snippet
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Private Declare Function inet_addr Lib "wsock32.dll" _
  (ByVal s As String) As Long
         
Private Function ConvertIPtoLong(sIpAddress) As Long

   ConvertIPtoLong = inet_addr(sIpAddress)

End Function

 Calling Syntax
  dwIpAddr = ConvertIPtoLong(sIpAddress)

 Comments / Related
demo in use:   IcmpSendEcho: Ping a Machine by IP Address
SendARP: Determine Local or Remote Adapter MAC Addresses
  
Related:   inet_ntoa   

 
 

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