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Didou69
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Posted: 15th Feb 2005 06:59
When I use dbLoadDLL() fonction I get this error



but I use fonction like this :



Somebody know why function doesn't work ???
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Posted: 15th Feb 2005 07:04 Edited at: 15th Feb 2005 07:09
You need something like :

dbLoadDLL((DWORD) "file.dll",1);

dbLoadDLL is pretty useless in C (along with dbSin, cos and whatnot...).

It would be best to use LoadLibrary/FreeLibrary and jump to the routine by getting the function address using GetProcAddress.

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Didou69
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Posted: 15th Feb 2005 07:22
Yes I try cast method but it make a serious error but I'll try again..
Didou69
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Posted: 15th Feb 2005 07:25 Edited at: 15th Feb 2005 07:25
Ok It working now !!!
I tested the same thing a few moments ago ... Really strange !!!
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Posted: 16th Feb 2005 20:42
The problem with the windows commands is that you need to learn about function pointers, but it is the better way to do it.

Here is what you would do with DBPro:


and here is the equivalent code in C/C++:


It's a little more involved, but a lot more flexible and type-safe than the DBPro method.

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Posted: 16th Feb 2005 22:16
Which is why I recommend it...

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