Using COM Connection Points with VB Client

I have a COM Component which needs to notify a Client(VB) iF an event occurs.Although there are examples of using Connection points,I need a brief explanation of how my VB Client will get notified From the COM component and where i can get example code.Also please suggest some good books for this topic(Callabcks and Events in COM).
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If you're using managed VB, get Adam Nathan's
.NET and COM: The Complete Interoperability Guide
Here's a sample chapter:

Here's the official version of how to implement connection points using ATL

This article shows you, how to handle an event in your c++ client, raised by a VB control:

Here's how to declare, raise and consume events in VB6

aslamshikoh1Author Commented:
Adam Nathans book seems more specific on Interoperability between COM and .NET.Could you point me to some unamanged clients like VB 6.0 using the ATL ActiveX callback mechanisms.
I've got
Dan Appleman's Developing COM/ActiveX Components With Visual Basic 6

and I recommend it.

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aslamshikoh1Author Commented:
Thanks PrimeMover
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