Topic : Writing a Win32 DLL
Author : Glenn Jones
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API's ect). I have worked in a variety of environments and with many different languages and compilers. At this point I am dedicated to describing and helping programmers with the debugging process. I believe that the first step in debugging a program is understanding the principles of the environment for which you are writing. If you need to write and debug a DLL, then you need to know how to write a DLL correctly.

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Have fun.

Copyright and Distribution

This document is Copyright 1997 by Glenn D. Jones. It may be distributed freely for non-commercial use. It may not be included in print or electronically published for sale without the permission of the author.

Microsoft Visual C++, Microsoft Visual Basic and Windows are copyright Microsoft Corporation.

Borland C++ is copyright Borland International, Inc.

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