How do I create a dll in c# that can be accessed from visual basic 6 and other com applications?

Posted on 2009-02-23
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How do I create a dll in c# that can be accessed from visual basic 6 and other com applications?

Using c# 2008 express edition.  Will accept code, instructions or a good link with a walkthrough
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    by:Anurag Thakur
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    Those examples are for referencing a com application from c# and im trying to do the reverse!
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    Thanks Guys

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