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Handling VB6 Events in C#

Yo

I have exactly same problem as the below. Does anyone know a solution,
pls?

Thanks,
Itchy.

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I have a VB6 ActiveX EXE app that generates events that I would like
to handle in a C# application. The events in the VB app are defined
like:

Public Event SometingHappene d(what As String)
and raised like so:
Public Sub EventNotificati on(ByVal what As String)
RaiseEvent SometingHappene d(what)
End Sub
in the C# app I create the VB ActiveX object and add the C#
eventhandler:
oClass = new Project1.Class1 Class();
oClass.Someting Happened += new

Project1.__Clas s1_SometingHapp enedEventHandle r(class_event_h andler);
and the eventhandler looks like:
private void class_event_han dler(ref string what)
{
MessageBox.Show (what);
}
Everything builds OK in VS and when I run it and generate the event in
the VB ActiveX EXE nothing happens in the C# app. The event doesn't
seem to trigger the C# eventhandler. Any suggestions? or good examples
of trying to handle this situation?

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