When you call CoInitialize(NULL) function how it works
internally.




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When you call CoInitialize(NULL) function how it works internally...

Answer / sandeep mishra

CoInitialize will initialize the COM library and will move
the executing thread to a STA or Single Threaded Apartment
Apartment is the logical entity where threads live.

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When you call CoInitialize(NULL) function how it works internally...

Answer / dipa

This function is used to initialize a component object
model.

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When you call CoInitialize(NULL) function how it works internally...

Answer / chandrasekharreddy siddamreddy

CoInitialize(NULL) function internally assigns a ID to the
calling thread i.e., Appartment ID. Without this ID SCM
doesn't allow you to access the COM Component.

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When you call CoInitialize(NULL) function how it works internally...

Answer / rathakrishnan

CoInitialize() is initializing the COM object libraries for
that particular thread.

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When you call CoInitialize(NULL) function how it works internally...

Answer / ramesh pedhamalla

CoInitialize(NULL) function internally assigns a ID to the
calling thread i.e., Appartment ID. Without this ID SCM
doesn't allow you to access the COM Component......

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When you call CoInitialize(NULL) function how it works internally...

Answer / ramesh pedhamalla

CoInitialize(NULL) function internally assigns a ID to the
calling thread i.e., Appartment ID. Without this ID SCM
doesn't allow you to access the COM Component.

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When you call CoInitialize(NULL) function how it works internally...

Answer / sachinmundhra

Refer to below given link.

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms809971.aspx

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When you call CoInitialize(NULL) function how it works internally...

Answer / krishna sagar

CoInitial(NULL) will take your main thread into the
appartment.

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