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    What's New: What's New in XLL Plus Version 7.0.6 Complex handle types - Object handles can now be complex types and can include namespaces and templates, e.g.: std::map<std::string, std::string>. It is no longer necessary to create a typedef for this kind ... Read more

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    What's New: What's New in XLL Plus Version 7.0.6 Complex handle types - Object handles can now be complex types and can include namespaces and templates, e.g.: std::map<std::string, std::string>. It is no longer necessary to create a typedef for this kind ... Read more

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    What's New: New features in V5.0: Run functions in a background thread and update Excel using RTD XLL Host module allows you to run your XLL within COM or .NET applications, on machines without Excel New features in V4.3.1: International and localization support COM ... Read more

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    What's New: Whats new in XLL+ V6.3 XLL+ 6.3 contains some exciting new features, including: Hidden regions Almost all of the generated code is now surrounded by #pragma region blocks. This means that almost all of the implementation code for each add-in can be hidden ... Read more

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    What's New: What's New in XLL Plus Version 7.0.6 Complex handle types - Object handles can now be complex types and can include namespaces and templates, e.g.: std::map<std::string, std::string>. It is no longer necessary to create a typedef for this kind ... Read more

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    What's New: What's New in XLL Plus Version 7.0.6 Complex handle types - Object handles can now be complex types and can include namespaces and templates, e.g.: std::map<std::string, std::string>. It is no longer necessary to create a typedef for this kind ... Read more

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    What's New: What's New in XLL Plus Version 7.0.6 Complex handle types - Object handles can now be complex types and can include namespaces and templates, e.g.: std::map<std::string, std::string>. It is no longer necessary to create a typedef for this kind ... Read more

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    What's New: What's New in XLL Plus Version 7.0.6 Complex handle types - Object handles can now be complex types and can include namespaces and templates, e.g.: std::map<std::string, std::string>. It is no longer necessary to create a typedef for this kind ... Read more

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    What's New: What's New in XLL Plus Version 7.0.6 Complex handle types - Object handles can now be complex types and can include namespaces and templates, e.g.: std::map<std::string, std::string>. It is no longer necessary to create a typedef for this kind ... Read more

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    What's New: What's New in XLL Plus Version 7.0.6 Complex handle types - Object handles can now be complex types and can include namespaces and templates, e.g.: std::map<std::string, std::string>. It is no longer necessary to create a typedef for this kind ... Read more