Call DLL from VB in Delphi

How I Can call DLL (Form VB) in Delphi?
and now i use import Type  Libraly but i found problem  Class not register while click run program
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dunno bout the dll and for 10 points it coule be a while before anyone takes time to answer tat one ..

for the registering problem use regsvr32.exe in delphi bin directory ..

One thing to start with is to copy regsvr32.exe (regsrv32.exe) in your sendto directory. A simple right mouse click and you can register your dll.

Otherwise you could download a registrytool, search and you'll find.

Or maybe register the dll from the VB compiler.


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smallworAuthor Commented:
thank for your response  but
Do  I  use call DLL (create from VB) in Delphi as same as call DLL (create from Delphi)?  
if yes ... How I do?
yes you call in the same way.

First one thing: do you want to call some functions in the dll, or do you want to load it?

If it's a dll of a COM object, you should import it, or view it in the type library editor. The idl-code could be handy to.

what kind of dll is it? You could also send it to me and I'll make example code.

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