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Questionhow to create own button , which can used on .Net/MFC with ATL/C++ Pin
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QuestionCOM or DCOM? Pin
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AnswerNeither COM nor DCOM - Use sockets! Pin
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I would definitely use a socket for IPC, maybe shared memory in some cases. The most lightweight interprocess communication channel is probably an unnamed pipe but sockets are more flexible not to mention that the loopback interface is decoupled from the network stack so if both endpoints are on your machine then sockets are super-fast. With sockets you have the opportunity to run the processes on different machines anytime without much effort (possible with name pipes too, but thats more hassle and not crossplatform like sockets). In my opinion COM and DCOM are just unnecessary complications to solve your problem.
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