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    Question c++ objects in VB ?

    Hi !

    I wrote a .dll in C++ and sucessfully implement the .dll in VB. But im tired of declare all the functions again in VB.

    Is it possible to access a C++ Class thru a .dll directly, like a VB Class ?
    Best regards
    Markus

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    You could create another DLL in VB that acts a wrapper class for all your C functions...

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    It's my understanding (this is 2nd hand knowledge) that C++ classes cannot be used directly in VB, just functions.

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    Question wrapper class ?

    At first : thanks to all replys !

    A wrapper class seems to be a possible solution. But how can I implement this without declaring every function in the VB DLL ?

    Thank you
    Best regards
    Markus

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    You can't, but once the DLL is created you won't have to declare them again in any applications that use the DLL.

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