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Default VSIP SDK 2003

I am developing an add-in package for Visual Studio .Net 2003, which must analyze the information concerning the source code provided by the user (programmer). Is it in some way possible to obtain this information, including classes that have been defined, their methods and properties, inheritance that has been declared, etc, from the compiler or debugger? If so, how is it possible and what do I need to accomplish this?
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