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I have written simple program consisting of an array listing names of cities and just printing them.

I have created a dll library of it.

Now can I modify the array( to add some more names of cities ) in library through some other C program?
Posted 18-Jan-13 0:18am
Edited 18-Jan-13 0:59am
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Solution 2

Another possibility would be to have your dll search for the presence of a file that contains your editable list, and if found, load that up. If it's not there, then you could default to the list you have hardcoded into your dll. That way, you can add cities by appending them to your file without having to recreate the dll each time you want to add a city.
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Solution 1

Create a method that returns the data as a STL list[^]. Then your code can either add to the list itself, or have another method in the DLL that will add items to it. However, remember that the extra items will not be persisted inside the DLL. If you want the list to be updated permanently then it would be much easier to rebuild from the source.
CPallini 18-Jan-13 6:03am
Warning, passing STL objects across DLL boundaries is dangerous:;EN-US;Q172396
Richard MacCutchan 18-Jan-13 7:00am
Oops, forgot about that.

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