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.NET and COM: The Complete Interoperability Guide by Adam Nathan

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Chapter 4. An In-Depth Look at Imported Assemblies

In This Chapter

Converting the Library

Converting COM Data Types

Converting Methods and Properties

Converting Interfaces

Converting Classes

Converting Modules

Converting Structures

Converting Unions

Converting Enumerations

Converting Typedefs

Converting ActiveX Controls

Chapter 3, “The Essentials for Using COM in Managed Code,” demonstrated how using a COM component in a .NET application can be just like using a .NET component after you’ve generated an Interop Assembly. Similarly, it showed how using an ActiveX control can be just like using a Windows Forms control after you’ve generated an ActiveX Assembly. With the help of the component’s documentation and Visual Studio ...

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