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Querying an Objects Interface

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Is it possible to query an objects interface and get a list of properties and methods etc, etc programatically
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Yes, it's possible using undocumented ActiveX DLL - TLBInf32.dll
Take a look at http://www.vbcity.com/download/TIBrowse.zip
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You can add reference to this dll from VB IDE, press F2 and look at it's classes, functions and constants. IMHO, VB itself use this dll for object browser
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Neat...!
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