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Create and Use a C++ ActiveX component within a .NET environment

, 12 Feb 2009 CPOL
This tutorial describes a decent way to create a C++ ActiveX component which could be fullly integrated within a .NET environment.

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I'm a C++ and C# .Net software engineer.

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