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Visual J++ and ActiveX Controls

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Could someone describe to me (with code samples) how to make an ActiveX DLL with Visual J++ if it's possible at all? Thanks.
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No! You have to write your ActiveX in C or C++ with VC++.  (It's possible too to write ActiveX with Visual Basic or DELPHI).  But I recommande you to use C if possible or C++.

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Oh well, thanks.-- Matt
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