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how do i call a  VC++ code in VB6?

i have a vc++ code but i need to embed it in a VB application.for that i either need to create a dll or a component.i would be highly obliged if you could tell me the way of converting an already existing VC++ code into a Win32 dll..is there any way so that  i can  directly call a Vc++ exe in a VB program?
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Question by:nehana279
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This link may help you:
Call VC++ .DLL From Visual Basic: Demo
http://www.freevbcode.com/ShowCode.Asp?ID=3402

It includes source code for the VC++ dll and info on using it in VB
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didn't read the article in filex's post but remember that most c++ compilers default to __cdecl, vb uses __stdcall and __fastcall only.
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