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how to create a Active X control out of C/C++ code

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Hi i am new to C and C++ ,
need to know how to create an Active X Control out of C and C++ code..
is it possible to create out of Java as well....
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ya it told me the links where i can extract the information but it would be good if i get some sample examples of creating Activex control  out of  C++.
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