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Rob Kaper wrote:
> On Sun, Jul 04, 1999 at 11:18:14AM +0200, Alexandre Courbot wrote:
> > > > how can I load shared libraries by my programm?
> > > > How does that work genrerelly?
> > Seems a good idea for an article/tutorial. Anyone?
> We could at least post the example code for now. I think a lot of
> programmers love to have extremely short examples that do exactly one thing
> and no more than that, to basically copy and paste into a program and
> extend it to their needs.
> * How to use shared libraries?
> * How to handle signals?
> Etc etc.
> Or would this be too general for the LGDC?
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I have a magazine article that covers just that. But for both Win95/NT and
C/C++ Users Journal
"A Wrapper Class for Dynamically Linked Plug-Ins" by Eric Roe, pg 27-41
Good article. I could posibly Condense it down for a web page.