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Chapter 19. Writing Your Own DLLs

Chapter 19. Writing Your Own DLLs

Chapter 9 discussed how a C++/CLI class library is stored in a .dll file. Dynamic link libraries (DLLs) are also used extensively with native C++ applications. A complete discussion of DLLs in native C++ applications is outside the scope of a beginner's book, but they are important enough to justify including an introductory chapter on them. In this chapter, you will learn about:

  • DLLs and how they work

  • When you should consider implementing a DLL

  • What varieties of DLL are possible and what they are used for

  • How you can extend MFC using a DLL

  • How to define what is accessible in a DLL

  • How to access the contents of a DLL in your programs


  

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