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How can we export an entire C++ class from a DLL. This can be done easily if we are using a a MFC dll but we do not want to extend an MFC dll. I suppose it can be done using
--declspec(dllexport) but then can this be used to export an entire class.
Please Help.
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#define DllExport    __declspec( dllexport )

class DllExport C
{
  // ... your class definition
};

Samething applies for import.
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The example is a bit too short. It would have been great if the example was continued to incorporate 'import' too.
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