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program to import C header information into VB

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I would like to access two DLLs from Visual Basic.  There are a very large number of functions to 'declare', so I'm looking for an automated solution - a program which reads header files, and generates a VB .BAS file.  Any suggestions?
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How these header files look like ?
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As XXX said, a sample would be nice... A piece of that file that illustrates the exact syntax for your declarations, and where they're located in the .h file.
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Try transformin dlls to ATL DLLS in c++. then you do not need to declare functions
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IMHO, in this case the better way is don't declare these functions at all - call them by their names.
See my sample at http://www.freevbcode.com/ShowCode.Asp?ID=1863

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Ark
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