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Can I use VB OCX in Delphi?

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I want to leave Visual Basic and I'm starting using delphi, some body plese can  tell me if I can use the OCX that I use in my Visual Basic 5 aplication in the Delphi environment?
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Humberto Quevedo, Guadalajara Jal. Mexico
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Not sure what kind of answer you're looking for, but...
I have used my visual basic controls that I created.  Controls
created with visual basic are just like controls created elsewhere.  The best method is to try your controls on simple Delphi applications.  So, my answer is yes.

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thank you
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