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MarkCampos
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Return string from vb.net to lisp

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03-14-2006 12:13 PM
Hello,

I've been looking through the forum but have not been able to find what I need.

I have written a program using VB.Net for purpose other than AutoCAD. I also have a LISP routine that I have written. It would be really nice if I could use the functionality of my VB.Net program from LISP.

I would like to be able to call the VB.Net from LISP. I would like the .Net program to then return a string to the calling LISP.

I tried looking at the VLAX.net but got no where.

Thanks
*Ed Jobe
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Re: Return string from vb.net to lisp

03-14-2006 12:50 PM in reply to: MarkCampos
Have you searched this ng? There was a thread on 2/23 called "How to call
lisp functions from .Net?". It had sample code.

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*Bobby C. Jones
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Re: Return string from vb.net to lisp

03-15-2006 06:05 AM in reply to: MarkCampos
For 2005 and 2006 I would suggest COM Interop. 2007 makes this possible
directly.
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Bobby C. Jones
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Hello,

I've been looking through the forum but have not been able to find what I
need.

I have written a program using VB.Net for purpose other than AutoCAD. I
also have a LISP routine that I have written. It would be really nice if I
could use the functionality of my VB.Net program from LISP.

I would like to be able to call the VB.Net from LISP. I would like the .Net
program to then return a string to the calling LISP.

I tried looking at the VLAX.net but got no where.

Thanks
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