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Mircea Neacsu11-Jan-23 7:04
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I don't know the details of your application, but in the PC/Windows world it's rare to have more than one user running on the same machine. Even if you have more than one user, each process (.exe program) has it's own separate memory space. Using a DLL instead of a single program to save memory makes little sense these days. I know some people might disagree with me, but this is a broad brush picture. Anyway it doesn't pay off in terms of complications it adds to your project, doubly so if you are a newcomer to this field.

In short, my recommendation would be to give up on having a DLL and putting everything in a single program. If latter on, when the program is working well, you discover that using a DLL makes sense, you can change it. In the meantime you would have gained more familiarity with the OS/tools/programming language and it would be easier for you to transition.

Just my $0.02
Mircea

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