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Question about OCX

Hi,

I have a little problem with OCX. I  want to get all of methods and all of events of an OCX. I read the type
library and get stuff of dispinterfaces. But I don't know
how can I distinguish between dispinterfaces
with methods and dispinterfaces with events. Also I am not
sure, whether all of events from type library relevants.
Programming environment is VC++ 4.1.
Thanx for every help.

Regards,

Alexey Tulin
OpenWin Software Ltd.
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galkinCommented:
dispinterface with events is called source interface nad has default and source in type library. This interface is not implemented by ActiveX control itself but defines inteface that ActiveX control container must implement to handle events fired by control
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tulinAuthor Commented:
OK, but how can I check this using functions of C?

Regards,

Alexey Tulin
OpenWin Software Ltd.
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