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How do I declare a string and pass it from a Visual Basic GUI to a C++


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:tazz: How do I declare a string and pass it from a Visual Basic GUI to a C++ DLL?

Now I am debugging successfully. I can debug either on the Visual Basic end
or I can debug on the C++ side by using the DLL's project file and declaring
the compiled VB code as the launching executable. I have narrowed the problem
down to the way that I am declaring and passiing the string variables.
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well...pass by reference. i.e. the address of the string only...make sure its null terminated
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