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DllEntryPoint not called

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Does anybody knows the reason why DllEntryPoint function is not called by the Windows?
Application that uses the DLL in question opens up fine but initialization function DllEntryPoint from that DLL is not called. Whay is that?

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DllEntryPoint is a placeholder for the library-defined function name. The actual name must be specified at build time. For more information, see the documentation included with your development tools. For Microsoft Visual C++, use DllMain.
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Do you know defult name for Borland C++?

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Sorry, I don't know. You may check with Borland C++ compiler documentation about DLL or DLL samples that come with Borland C++.
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