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Hi,

One of the functions in the com object I need to use has a pointer in one of it's functions
(object.functio n(string input, struct * output))

I've tried to use the id() function but then Python gives me a message thatit's an int, not a tructure
and when I just give the object without a pointer, the object is still empty afterwards.

I've created the struct with win32com.client .Record("struct ure", object)
Kind regards,
Gijs

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