Can i create a DLL file in VB5 ???

Posted on 1998-06-17
Last Modified: 2010-05-03
I want to create a file DLL and put all my frequently Function in, like exemple: Rick.h  in C++. i have VB5 Pro and Enterprise...
I just waith now for this answer!  ;-)  Thanks  Rick.
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Yes and no.  You can create an activex DLL, but it's not the same as a DLL like you're used to.

You will have to add a reference to it in your application, and use it like you would a class object.

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ok but who the DLL files are create, i want to create one in any language and after, use with VB5 in my programe like kernel32 or
any DLL we use in VB5...

thanks again !

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Languages that will create a DLL to be used like kernel32 include C++, Delphi, and PowerBasic's PB/DLL (

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