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flash & VC++

I'm creating an application in VC++ (unmanaged) that acts as a
container for playing flash (swf) files. I need pass XML data from the
flash presentation, back to my container app. Any ideas on how i could
do this? Please help!! Thank you.

Jan 4 '06 #1
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blue wrote:
I'm creating an application in VC++ (unmanaged) that acts as a
container for playing flash (swf) files. I need pass XML data from the
flash presentation, back to my container app. Any ideas on how i could
do this? Please help!! Thank you.


Do you have a C++ _language_ question? There is no 'XML' or 'flash' or
'swf' defined in C++ standard, so if there is a way to do what you ask, it
would be specific to the technologies you're employing and most likely
provided by some kind of third-part library, catering to your technology.

This newsgroup only deals with C++ _language_ as defined by its standard,
so if you have no C++ _language_ questions, you need to find a better NG
for your inquiries.

V
Jan 4 '06 #2
blue wrote:
I'm creating an application in VC++ (unmanaged) that acts as a
container for playing flash (swf) files. I need pass XML data from the
flash presentation, back to my container app. Any ideas on how i could
do this? Please help!! Thank you.


Your question is off-topic in this newsgroup, which deals exclusively
with standard C++ language issues, not general applications of C++. See
the FAQ for what is on-topic here and for some ideas on better places
to ask:

http://www.parashift.com/c++-faq-lit...t.html#faq-5.9

Cheers! --M

Jan 4 '06 #3

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