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Call a dll written in VB from a C program

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How do I call a dll written in VB from a C program?
(This issue seems to be a _stdcall/_cdecl issue)
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"HOWTO: Access a Visual Basic ActiveX DLL from Visual C++"

http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q194/8/73.ASP
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