loading DLLs and cards.dll
Can someone tell me how to access functions in a dll (including how to load
the dll into memory) since I only have info on how to make a dll. Also, does
anyone have any info on the functions in cards.dll
Re: loading DLLs and cards.dll
"Roden" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>Can someone tell me how to access functions in a dll (including how to load
>the dll into memory) since I only have info on how to make a dll. Also,
>anyone have any info on the functions in cards.dll
There are many kinds of DLLs. Regular, Extended, COM, ..., and many different
ways to "load" them.
If it is a Regular DLL (basically just a library that can be 'shared') then
just include the header file for the DLL and compile while linking to the
You probably need to get a good Windows Programming book. Since .NET has
taken Center stage there are a ton of Windows SDK/API/MFC/ATL/COM programming
books available at markdown prices.
Check out this site for an example of all the various methods of working
Check this site for cards.dll and some more info on using DLLs.
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