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I want to call DLL(written in VB) from C++.
is it possible
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AFAIK, you can use the DLL made with VB as a type library or Active X library.  You can import the classes from the DLL and use them in your C++ app, but don't expect the behavior to be as it would be with a DLL created with C, C++, VC++
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