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passing arguments to a function called using Rundll32

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I am calling a function in a DLL from another DLL using
rundll32 myDLLName,myFunction. However, myFunction accepts
two arguments (eg; myFunction(char *szMsg, DWORD dNum)) - how do I pass those arguments using the above rundll32 statement?
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Anuj Varma  
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Can't you just do a LoadLibrary(), GetProcAddress() and then call the function directly. This is supposed to be faster and cleaner.
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rundll32 myDLLName,myFunction abc 3

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