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Using a Doc/View exported from a dynamically loaded DLL (SDI)

, 6 May 2002
An article on on how to load DLLs which export views into a SDI Application
sdicviewdll.html_demo.zip
sdicviewdll.html_src.zip
Debug
InitialContact.dll
SdiDllFrames.exe
DLL
InitialContact
Debug
InitialContact.def
InitialContact.dsp
res
res
SdiDllFrames.ico
SdiDllFramesDoc.ico
Toolbar.bmp
sdicviewdll_demo.zip
sdicviewdll_src.zip
InitialContact.dll
SdiDllFrames.exe
InitialContact.def
InitialContact.dsp
SdiDllFrames.ico
SdiDllFramesDoc.ico
Toolbar.bmp

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Dave Loeser
Web Developer
United States United States
Dave has been programming for the past 20+ years first on a variety of platforms and operating systems using various languages. As a hobbyist Dave cut his teeth on the Commodore Pet and the 64 coding in basic and then moving to 6502 ASM. Dave moved to the Amiga using 68000 ASM and then C. His knowledge of the C language offered the stepping stone for him to make his hobby his profession taking a position coding C on an AIX Unix platform. Since then he has worked on many flavors of Unix, QNX, Windows (3.11 – present), and has been coding games for his Pocket PC in his spare time.
 
Dave lives in Indiana with his two teenage daughters and two cats.

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