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Handling VB strings (as part of an array of UDT)

  • December 10, 1998
  • By Brian Cohrs
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When using VC++ to create a DLL to be called from a Visual Basic program, there is a problem with passing data back and forth between the VB executable and the VC++ DLL. Specifically, when passing an array of User-Defined Type (UDT) fro

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