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  1. #1
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    Dec 2004

    Help regarding webpage.

    Can anyone tell me how to use native win32 exe programs on a web page?

    The module that I have which is supposed to preocess user input is a native win32 exe .

    And is fairly complex and large code so I cannot convert it to some script either. I CAN use JAVA but I don't want my code to load on the user's page cause it's very large and that'll take a lot of time to load.

    Zoom...I'm waiting
    #ifndef __NONSENSE__
    #define __NONSENSE__

    #include <religiousviolence.h>
    #include <dirtypolitics.h>
    #include <popularculture.h>

    BOOL lesson_learnt = FALSE;

    void History()
    if(Checkstabiity(fanaticism) && CheckCorruption(BoomingEconomy) && CheckPublicDesire(SocialProblems))
    lesson_learnt = TRUE;

    History(); //repeat History


    Link error ...commonsense32.lib missing...
    ld returned status 1..

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    Jun 2005
    ^^ as far as I know ... its not possible to embed a native win32 exe into a webpage..(i'd love to know if theres any way to do it).... And even if its possible, u will be limitting the functionality to windows user only then, so Java anyway seems to be a better options.

    neway .. if u really wanna do it ... how about using ActiveX. I guess u can rewrite that exe into an ActiveX and than create an instance of the ActiveX in your webpage ... well just my thoughts , I dunno how complicated the exe is and if this soln is feasible 4 ya ....

    Another soln might be converting that exe to a dot net web service ....
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