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When I try and call a Borland compiled DLL what library do I add to the .MAK file to make it recognize the DLL.  I am using Borland Builder.
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I don't have Borland C++ Builder, but it should be similar to the Borland C++ compiler. Whenever you create a .DLL, it should have created a .LIB file as well. If it doesn't, there's a tool called IMPLIB.EXE that lets you do that. Then you can add the .LIB file into your .MAK file.
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