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FP type used for passing array from DLL to Excel

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Hi,

I am trying to pass an array back to Excel from a DLL written by VC++. According to MSDN, the data should be decalred as FP type. But I don't know how to use it and could not find any helpful information. There is nothing quite useful in the book -- MSFT Excel 97 developer's kit. Could anyone give me a help? Souce codes are always welcomed.

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It's not really clear what is it that you want to do? What kind of an array do you need to pass, and what is excel supposed to do with it?
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What did I do for it to be called an answer ?!
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