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Dumpbin equivalent for 16 bits DLLs ?

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I'm using Visual C++ 5.0's "dumpbin -export" to get the list of exported functions of a 32 bits DLL (whether named or defined by ordinal number).

How can I achieve the same operation with a 16 bits DLL ?
It doesn't work with dumpbin in that case ...

Any help appreciated ...
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galkin earned 200 total points
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What about using quickview
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by:efauquem
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Using QuickView will only let me see *named* functions.
I've been given the solution by another person, anyway.
It was exehdr.exe.... (with VC++ 1.52).

Thanks...


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