How to list different classes and their members defined in a dll or .tlb or .olb files ?
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Specify your question please.

Do you just want to see what is in them then use the object browser of VB (F2)

Or do you want to list them programmatically ?

Are they VB or C(++) Dll's ?
Why can't you use OLE/COM object viwer which comes with VC 6.0 in the utilities.

I guess thats what ur looking for, it shows, Classes,Interfaces, Type library information that u need to know.

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vsharmaAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the answer you have done,but In fact i want to list the details  programmatically in vb 6.0 ,in fact i want to simulate the object browser itself. --vijay
You can use dumbbin.exe file to input dll exports to standatd output.
You can parse output and get all what you need from dll.

You can find this file in Visual Studio
or  on the Web


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"You can use dumbbin.exe" - Mistake!
dumpbin.exe - ok!
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