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Generalcreating a dll with win32 functions, and calling it from C# Pin
misterbear17-Jan-04 23:52
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I have created a dll in VC++ for customizing a dialog, and now I want to use this from my C# app. But I keep getting an error telling me that an entrypoint can't be found. So I guess I missed out on something when creating my native dll.

What I've done is simply create a new Win32 Dynamic-Link-Library project(MyDll.dll)
This adds the __declspec(dllexport) before the functions.

Then I build my project and copy the dll file into the working directory of my C# project.

The C# code for calling the dll function looks like this:

[DllImport("MyDll.dll")]
public static int sum(int x, int y);

So can anyone help me with why the entrypoint can't be found? Is there more to creating a native dll than this?

I really can't find any useful information for solving this anywhere (at least not useful to me...)

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