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Yes! Any .DLL you load becomes a part of your code, not a seperate process. This is a curious question, because throughout all coding, if your code creates or loads something, your code is also responsible for managing and destroying that something properly.

Making the assumption that an object or runtime can clean itself up without you telling it to do so is a very bad thing to do. This practice leads to unstable applications and operating systems. For instance, if you application creates a Graphics object, you are also responsible for destroying it when your done with it. If not, you'll eventually run the system out of resources and crash the whole operating system.


Dave Kreskowiak
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