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.lib linked to a .dll problem

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I'm having trouble using a library's functions (.lib's functions) in
another .dll in Visual C++. When I try to dynamically link the .dll
using another client program, the LoadLibrary function returns NULL.
When I comment-out the call to the library's function inside of the
..dll that I'm trying to load, the .dll can be dynamically linked to the
client program. I'm guessing there is a build option that I need to
set when I build the .dll. Can anyone help? Thanks.

Jul 13 '06 #1
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dp*******@gmail.com wrote:
I'm having trouble using a library's functions (.lib's functions) in
another .dll in Visual C++. When I try to dynamically link the .dll
using another client program, the LoadLibrary function returns NULL.
When I comment-out the call to the library's function inside of the
.dll that I'm trying to load, the .dll can be dynamically linked to the
client program. I'm guessing there is a build option that I need to
set when I build the .dll. Can anyone help? Thanks.
And what is your C++ language question? Try a Windows programming or VC
group, please.

See FAQ 5.9 http://www.parashift.com/c++-faq-lit...t.html#faq-5.9
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