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C character pointer type in a activeX method?

Question asked by VRFuser on Nov 16, 2000

Hi,
As far as I remember, Vee treats C pointers as arrays while using dlls. I
think in case of activeX methods, sending pointer parameters as arrays may
work (since in C all arrays are pointers and vice versa). But of course
your data types should match because some data types of C do not have a
matching data type in Vee. As I remember double or float, one of them was
not supported.
I hope you had an idea.

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On Wed, 15 Nov 2000, Gustin Mike wrote:

> I am trying to use an activeX method that has an C character pointer type as
> an argument.
> How do you pass the a C character pointer type into the method???
>
> I appreciate any help.
>
> Mike Gustin
> Mike.Gustin@emg.sms.siemens.com
> Danvers, MA
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