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How to convert IDL (Interface Definition Language) file to Delphi 3 unit.
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Yo,
you need the Microsoft IDL compiler (MIDL) to compile the IDL to a type library (.tlb). This type library can be opened in Delphi with File->Open.
MIDL is part of the Win32 SDK.

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