diwalker at earthlink.net
Wed Jul 18 14:34:53 CDT 2001
Brandon Kilgore wrote:
> Yeah, an OCX is an OLE Custom Control, or an AcitveX control. They're
> often used to allow Visual Basic programs to have access to controls
> written for C++, but they have many other uses. For instance, a Visual
> Basic program that wants to do standard Winsock programming can use the
> Microsoft Winsock ActiveX control to have an abstract interface into
> Winsock. It's kind of like a class, that gets packaged into a file (OCX)
> that gets used at run-time. I don't know why the didn't just use a DLL
> instead of an OCX...
How is ActiveX related to COM/DCOM ? Would the reaktivate code be
useful in implementing all those COM related ole32 functions?
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