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making a dll for vb4 with masm6.11

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Can I have a example for a 16bit-dll for vb4.0 under windows 3.1 which can be made with masm6.11. The example shoud be used by vb 4.0 as funktion so giving back a value.

thanks a lot
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why do you want to use MASM? C is much easier
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Point your browser to

http://www.zdnet.com/pcmag/download/dl-tech2.htm

and download v11n11.zip. It contains another zip - labnotes.zip - which contains examples of DLL's written in assembler.

If you can get hold of the PC Magazine issue (vol. 11 no. 11 - 6/16/92), which contains the accompaning article, it will help.

HTH
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Thank's a lot

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