NETHost(.NET Framework host/container control)

The Exontrol's NETHost control allows you to use/display any object or Windows Form User Control from /NET framework on your /COM projects / windows / forms / dialogs. The Exontrol's NETHost takes the fully qualified path of the assembly/file or/and the assembly/qualified name of the type, and shows it to your window / form / dialog. For instance, if NETHost.AssemblyQualifiedName property is set to "System.Windows.Forms.MonthCalendar, System.Windows.Forms, Version=, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b77a5c561934e089" it shows the /NET MonthCalendar component on your window / form / dialog.

(note) On .NET Framework the exontrol.NETObjectTemplate object ( part of the exontrol.NETHost.dll ) can be used  to run / execute x-script code for .NET assemblies/objects. For instance: (new exontrol.NETObjectTemplate(this)).Template = "Dim c; c = CreateObject(`System.Windows.Forms.TextBox, System.Windows.Forms, Version=, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b77a5c561934e089`){Text=`Edit`;Dock=5}; Controls.Add(c)"; adds a new control of TextBox type to this.Controls collection

Features of eXNETHost include:
General information about eXNETHost product:
Identifier: Exontrol.NETHost, Exontrol.NETHostObject, Exontrol.NETObjectTemplate
Files: exontrol.NETHost.dll, exontrol.NETHost.tlb
Available As:
Available since: 201593
Compatible with: VB, VBA, C++, X++, VFP, VFP Advanced (x64), Access, HTML, Delphi, LotusNotes
Lines of code: 4,056 (4,036 excluding comments and empty lines)
Includes: Objects 4, Functions 57, Events 1, Definitions 2
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