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MappingInfo?

Posted on 2007-04-08
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Hello experts,

whenever i create a new custom usercontrol,
and add property's with the "ActiveX control interface wizard"
some strange comments appear above generated functions

for example the TextHeight:

'WARNING! DO NOT REMOVE OR MODIFY THE FOLLOWING COMMENTED LINES!
'MappingInfo=UserControl,UserControl,-1,TextHeight
Public Function TextHeight(ByVal Str As String) As Single
    TextHeight = UserControl.TextHeight(Str)
End Function

what is this MappingInfo stuff?


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that only tells me to not to change it, not what it actually is?
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it's some textual comments so the wizard, in case you run it again, finds back it's work.
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thanks, that was what i wanted to know !


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