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fingerprint library with an ActiveX componnent in C#.

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That one is not open source and is also pretty old relatively speaking.

Here's one implemented in C# more recently which is open source:
http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/97590/A-Framework-in-C-for-Fingerprint-Verification
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i want griaule only
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Griaule doesn't appear to be open source, what do you mean?
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