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DirectX5 in Visual Basic?

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Is there any way to use DirectX5 to texture map and things like that in Visual Basic? I have examples which uses DirectX3... But DirectX5? I have downloaded DirectX5 SDK, but there was only examples made in VC++.

Please help me, thanks!
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You can implement DirectX5 the same way you did DirectX3.
I think I saw an OCX wich might help you, which can call all directx functions. Try looking at ActiveX.Com, I don't remember how is it called exactly.
Another thing: If your program uses DirectX, VB just isn't the best choice for it. At least write a dll in VC, and then call it from Vb
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