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Old May 11th, 2005, 03:18 PM
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I am having difficulty passing an array of strings from Excel VBA to a C++ dll. The string comparison functions (i.e. stricmp) don't seem to work with the arrays being passed. Basically, I want to create 2 arrays of strings in VBA, pass them to my dll, and then determine if a particular string in one is equal to a particular string in the other. This is the basic problem I have, it is not the only thing I am doing, otherwise I would just use the built-in VBA string functions.

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I am still wondering about this, if anyone has any suggestions?






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