date count down in VB 6

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VB 6
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Visual Basic 6
with vb6 i an event set with date to count down the days till the date is due

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The instructions in this article will assist you in getting a timer set up:

<a href=”http://www.vb6.us/tutorials/understanding-timer-control-vb6″>

You will want to add these lines to the tmrTest_Timer sub:

If Date() = DateValue(’01/01/2010′) & Time() >= TimeValue(’01:00 PM’) Then
tmrTest.Enabled = False
MsgBox(“Due date reached.”);
End If

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