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Create objects without registration

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Submitted on: 2/16/2015 8:19:00 PM
By: SPY-3 (from psc cd)  
Level: Advanced
User Rating: By 3 Users
Compatibility: VB 6.0
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     This is not my code it is a code made by [rm_code] and for what ever reason his account no longer exists and this great code was deleted. I was searching using google trying to find this code but found with the google cache that it was the right one but was no longer on psc, I then searched all over my computer and found it! I have included the google cache of the page so you can see some peoples comments, questions, and the answers. This code will allow you to create objects without registering the dll or ocx first! You simply call CreateObjectFromFile and the code will turn it into an object. Here is the original definition: "This is a handy module which allows you to create an object from an Active-X server (OCX, DLL) without the need to register it first. >> Updated: removed Prog ID check because it required the object to be registered... changed Prog ID check to Class ID check, so you'll need the class name now. To get it, use a type library viewer of your choice or my type library browser submission." I will not be able to help as much if you have questions seeing as I did not write the code, but check the questions already given inside the google cache included and if you still dont know the answer feel free to ask me and I will try to help. Enjoy!
 
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3/11/2017 9:29:51 AMEvariste Galois

FYI: In addition to the Google cache, you might want to acquaint yourself with the Wayback Machine, which is archive.org. You'll sometimes find things there (even in multiple editions as new copies get picked up) and you can pick them off of a calendar where applicable.

If you knew you saw something (before) and it's been taken down, you can always hit the Wayback Machine and see if it's there. I've found some fairly good-sized web sites which were eventually deleted when a domain was grabbed by a squatter and simply let it vaporize.

This is one of those toys which can be considered, "one of the most important things on the 'net which no one knows about. If someone were bragging about their long online experience (I'm almost to 30 years and I know a lot of people who predate me), and you frame some question which would indicate they didn't know what the Wayback Machine is, I'd consider their knowledge & experience to be rather spotty.
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3/31/2019 4:32:09 AMRob C

Hi,
You mention 'my type library browser submission'
I could not locate that in the PSC page for your other entries.
Is it part of one of those that PSC still lists for your submissions ?

Thanks,
Rob
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