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Hello World in COM using ATL

, 21 Apr 2004
The objective of this tutorial is to demonstrate how to build a COM Server and an MFC Client using Visual C++ 6.0. We are going to develop a COM server that takes in a string as input parameter and returns the string prefixed with a "Hello".
com_demo.zip
COM_Demo3
mfcclient
mfcclient.aps
mfcclient.clw
mfcclient.dsp
mfcclient.dsw
mfcclient.plg
res
mfcclient.ico
sample1
CGreet.rgs
sample1.aps
sample1.def
sample1.dsp
sample1.dsw
sample1.plg
sample1.tlb
sample1ps.def
sample1ps.mk
com_src.zip

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Imran Ebrahim
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Imran is a software professional with 9 years of development experience and has worked on JAVA, VB6, VC6, C# & some JavaScript.
 
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