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how can i know all of the function/services and all of its parameters in a .dll file, eg : opengl32.dll ???
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de_ep,

   Have a look at Winsight32, it's pretty helpful in this area.

Good luck with your project!
Pegasus
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i've looked at winsight32, i've opened its help, there i've found that in the menu view there was a 'Class List' submenu. Is it the one that you suggest for me ? The problem now is, that submenu doesn't to be appeared in my winsight32, is there any way i can do to make that submenu appear ? is it by adding some value in the registry or others ? my friend have told me that if i want to debug an .exe file in delphi ( i mean debug in asm code ) you can add a value in the registry. by the way thanks for your answer :)
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