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Dynamic Libraries with Delayed Function Loading

, 27 Oct 2011 Public Domain 10.3K 250 6
This article explains how to create a dynamic library that loads exported functions the first time they are used, opposed to loading them when the library is loaded.
#pragma once

#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {
#endif

int add(int /*a*/, int /*b*/);
int subtract(int /*a*/, int /*b*/);
int multiply(int /*a*/, int /*b*/);
int divide(int /*a*/, int /*b*/);

typedef int (*LP_payload_func)(int /*a*/, int /*b*/);

#ifdef __cplusplus
} // extern "C"
#endif

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Vasil Bachvarov
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