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How to load a dynamic link library (DLL) into a Microsoft Visual C++ 6.0 project

, 6 May 2004
This article gives guidelines for loading a DLL into your project and accessing the services offered by the DLL.

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Nataliya Mulyar
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I have BSc and MSc in Automatics and Computer Control Systems. After graduation I followed a post-master program Software Technology. Until the end of august 2004 I was involved in 9-month graduation project at the Embedded Systems Institute (Netherlands), where I was busy with coupling of Matlab/Simulink and Rational Rose RealTime. From September I switched to a new domain, so now I work on the development of patterns for process-aware information systems. My hobbies are painting, chess and dynamic sport.

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