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i have to develop small part of a project already developed in vb6.
i have to convert a small module from vb to c#.
convertring by the way that new developed module will work with
.net platform as well as with old project developed in vb6.

How is it possible, by using interoperatibility??
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option 1 use active x com exe (using interprocess communication)
option 2 make the c# one accept required information from command prompt and save the output to a file read it from VB
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