COMEvents Sample: Demonstrates Creating and Using COM Events
The COMEvents sample demonstrates event handling using COM.
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The COMEvents sample creates an event source CSource and an event receiver CSink using the event_source and event_receiver attributes, respectively.
The event source declares the methods in the interfaces IEvent, IEvent2, and IJW as events (see Ifaces.h for the interface definitions).
The event receiver declares handler methods f1 through f6, and hooks each of these handlers to an event.
The main code instantiates CSource and CSink. The CSink constructor performs the hooking. The main code then fires the events, unhooks the events, then fires the events again.