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Switching dll's at run-time?

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I want to make a call to a library function and have the function run from one dll. Then, switch dll's at run time and the next call for the same function will run from the new dll.
Is that possible? How?
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You may keep the two dll's in different name and in your program, use LoadLibrary() to specify from which dll you want to load the function.

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