Programming Windows: COM (Premium)

Dynamic Data Exchange (DDE) and the first version of its successor, Object Linking and Embedding (OLE), were implemented in early versions of Windows to enable cross-application communication and data sharing, bringing to life one of the biggest advantages of its Windows GUI. But because these technologies were based on the Windows messaging subsystem, which relied on the platform’s shaky...

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