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Lim Bio Liong is a Specialist at a leading Software House in Singapore.
 
Bio has been in software development for over 10 years. He specialises in C/C++ programming and Windows software development.
 
Bio has also done device-driver development and enjoys low-level programming. Bio has recently picked up C# programming and has been researching in this area.
  • 18 Aug 2006: MFC/C++ Jul 2006
  • 30 Jan 2005: MFC/C++ Dec 2004

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GeneralDeclaring an Interop Struct that contains a character array. PinmemberLim Bio Liong8-Jan-11 5:04 
GeneralCOM SAFEARRAYs - How to use it in C# PinmemberLim Bio Liong25-Sep-10 14:25 
GeneralTroubleshooting Exceptions: System.BadImageFormatException PinmemberLim Bio Liong17-Sep-10 21:53 
GeneralCreating ActiveX Controls in an MFC Application PinmemberLim Bio Liong10-Jan-10 20:26 
There are 2 ways to create an ActiveX control in an MFC application :
 
1. Via the Window/Dialog Box.
1.1 If you have inserted an ActiveX control in a dialog box via the dialog editor, the wrapper classes for your ActiveX control would be generated automatically by the MFC Wizard.
 
1.2 You would also need to add a variable in your Window/Dialog Box class of type control.
 
1.3 Do not call CWnd::Create() of your ActiveX wrapper class.
 
1.4 This is because the ActiveX control objeect would already be created when your Window/Dialog Box is created.
 

 
2. Dynamically in Code.
2.1 Use the "Project"|"Add Class" menu item to insert an MFC class from an ActiveX control.
 
2.2 The wrapper class for your ActiveX will be generated (.h and .cpp files).
 
2.3 You would also need to add a variable in your Window/Dialog Box class of type control.
 
2.4 This time, you -do- need to call the CWnd::Create() method of your ActiveX wrapper class.
GeneralCareful to allocate BSTRs using ::SysAllocString(). PinmemberLim Bio Liong31-Dec-09 20:08 
GeneralAbout X.509 Certificates PinmemberLim Bio Liong31-Dec-09 19:25 
GeneralSome General Points on Array Initialization Part 1 PinmemberLim Bio Liong22-Dec-09 21:25 
GeneralSome Comments on Copy Constructors PinmemberLim Bio Liong21-Dec-09 0:19 
GeneralDefault and Customized Constructors PinmemberLim Bio Liong20-Dec-09 23:54 
GeneralDefault and Customized Constructors (Part 2) PinmemberLim Bio Liong21-Dec-09 0:16 

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