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Your First COM Client In Visual C++

Interested in making your own COM client in C++ to call a DLL written in Visual Basic? In this article Neville provides us with an excellent example using credit card validation.

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By: Neville Mehta
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August 04, 2002
  1. · Your First COM Client In Visual C++
  2. · Our Project
  3. · Steps 3 to 7
  4. · Conclusion

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Your First COM Client In Visual C++ - Conclusion
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This was a fairly lengthy tutorial and if you don't have much experience with C++ then donít expect to understand it the first time round. You need to actually practice it over and over again to really understand it's workings. Creating a VB client is so much easier, but I find it more of a fun challenge to do so with Visual C++.
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