VARIANT, component references in VB vs. C++ 
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 VARIANT, component references in VB vs. C++

Hello!

In VB, if one wants a component to reference another
component, one merely sets the property of one component
to the VB name of the other.   In C++, this evidently is
some kind of VARIANT reference. What is this? Is it the
pointer to the wrapper class? Something else?  How do
such VB operations get done in C++?

Thanks much!

Seth



Sat, 17 Nov 2001 03:00:00 GMT  
 
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