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How can i use the CDONTS object from C++?
all the examples i found are in VB or JScript, which aren't good enoough for me.
10x,
   msiman
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if you use vc++ you can use
#import  header which will generate *.tlh, *.tli file for you and you will access that object like those vb guys

you can see how to use import at msdn

if you do not use vc++
you have to use CoCreateInstance function
and access it via interface pointer (which harder to use than import)

you can view both method detail in msdn documentation
find index
#import
and
CoCreateInstance
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