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    Can a C# application display a Flex component?

    We have a situation where some products are converting to flex. Because a lot of the GUI functionality is similar across many of our products (written in C# and Java), we would like a way to be able to reuse as much as possible. Is there a way for a C# component or application to load a Flex component or application and communicate back and forth. Caveat. I'm new to both flex and C#, but have been programming in java for a long time
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    This looks like a C# server and a flex client. I actually have a C# application and have been tasked with adding GUI components as flex. That's a different situation. The flex GUI needs to be displayed in the C# windows application
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