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I am interested in using a psychology research software tool called E-Prime.

It looks like it has support for Visual Basic scripting. How do I call your eye tracker from Visual Basic?

asked 09 Oct '14, 13:56

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Looks like it can be done pretty easily. CSharp is a close cousin to VB and there are conversion tools. Our full CSharp/.NET wrapper can be found here.

EPrime Notes

How to Script It

https://support.pstnet.com/entries/27647283-5586-INFO-USB-device-compatibility-with-E-Prime

Supports Windows DLLs

http://www.pstnet.com/support/kb.asp?TopicID=1316

VB and DLLs

Examples of VB Scripts Wrapping DLLs

http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/6244/Step-by-Step-Calling-C-DLLs-from-VC-and-VB-Part

Convert CSharp to VB

http://www.developerfusion.com/tools/convert/csharp-to-vb/

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answered 09 Oct '14, 13:58

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