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Answer / rathakrishnan
If a dll is registerable and can keep the interface in COM
Runtime library then we can call that dll as COM dll
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Answer / chandrasekharreddy siddamreddy
Inorder to call your DLL as COM dll, you have to follow
some rules to develop the dll. If those rules are there
then only your DLL will be called as COM dll.
COM is a specification set of rules to develope binaries,
COM is not a language.
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What is a moniker ?
Explain queued components.
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