DLL EXAMPLE

I AM A BEGINNER IN C++ BUILDER.  I WANT AN EXAMPLE OF USING DLL´s HOW TO USE THE FUNCTIONS
OF THE DLL
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galkinCommented:
There are two ways of using DLL
1.Create lib file from a DLL using either utility. Usually DLL is shipped with this file. Add thislib file to your project.Include header file containing functions exported from a DLL.This file is also usually shipped with a DLL
2.Use LoadLibrary to dinamically load DLL into memory and GetProcAddress to resolve function address. Then you can use function via the pointer obtained. You must cast function pointer returned by GetProcAddress to your function pointer type.
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FMJMEEAuthor Commented:
GOOD ! , STILL NEED AN EXAMPLE , THE DLL IS IN MICROSOFT LANGUAGE,  I HAVE A .LIB FILE AND I AM NOT SURE IF IT IS DYNAMIC OR STATIC BUT THERE IS AN ERROR WHILE LINKING  " CONTAIN INVALID OMF RECORD"
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