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Using Visual C++ to create dll's for Visual Basic

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Hello every one,

I'm interested in learning to create my own dlls for Visual Basic with Visual C++.  Can any one recomend some good resources to help me learn... such has some good books and internet sites?

Thanks
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A good book (the one that got me started) is

C++ for VB Programmers
by Jonathan Morrison
ISBN: 1-893115-76-3

Teaches you C++ from the perspective of a VB programmer.
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by:ArunKannan
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Hi,
Try this Site
http://devcentral.iftech.com

Arun

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i liked morgan's example it was a good book to get you started.  once you read that then get the harder books on c and go from there.
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