From: angela_q on 28 Sep 2005 06:05
at didn't have 'depends' on my visual ctudio because i only installed
visual basic 6.0.
at the other option u told is to change @4 to @33...is that u mean?
why is my dll can't be register using the RUN window?
From: Robert on 29 Sep 2005 05:17
A function of a DLL has both a name and a number. The declare statement
understands both: You can use the name to access the function, or the
number. Read the VB 6.0 MSDN (help) entry on the "Declare statement".
Both options require that you know what functions are available within the
DLL. The dependancy walker is a tool to provide this information. If you
don't have it, there may be other tools, but I don't know about them. You
may try to ask whoever wrote the DLL you are using, they should know.
And what "Run" window do you mean?
"angela_q" <angela_quests(a)yahoo.com> wrote in message
> at didn't have 'depends' on my visual ctudio because i only installed
> visual basic 6.0.
> at the other option u told is to change @4 to @33...is that u mean?
> why is my dll can't be register using the RUN window?
From: btpanek09 on 29 Sep 2005 09:06
In this thread you don't show the actual function calls in C. VB size
Integer is 16 bits where as VC size int is 32 bits. Any time an int is
declared as a variable in C it should be declared as a Long in VB.