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DLL Definition files

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Hello everyone...

Is there a way to get a .DEF (definition file) from a DLL without
having need to recompile?
That's because it's a M$ dll and I don't have sources, plus I need to
link and call functions from a cobol-platform application.

Thanks a lot! :-)
Ciao,
Luigi
Jul 22 '05 #1
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"Luigi" <np*****@rocketmail.com> wrote in message
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Hello everyone...

Is there a way to get a .DEF (definition file) from a DLL without
having need to recompile?
That's because it's a M$ dll and I don't have sources, plus I need to
link and call functions from a cobol-platform application.

Thanks a lot! :-)
Ciao,
Luigi


Nothing at all to do with C++, please ask in a Windows programming group.
Try news:comp.os.ms-windows.programmer.win32 for instance.

Please think a little more carefully what your question is actually about
before posting to any newsgroup. Thank you.

John
Jul 22 '05 #2

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Luigi wrote:
Hello everyone...

Is there a way to get a .DEF (definition file) from a DLL without
having need to recompile?
That's because it's a M$ dll and I don't have sources, plus I need to
link and call functions from a cobol-platform application.

Thanks a lot! :-)
Ciao,
Luigi

I don't do windoze, but if you can explain what a DEF file is (what it
contains) in generic C++ terms, I might be able to offer some suggestions.
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Jul 22 '05 #3

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