dll functions

I have two versions of a dll that came with hardware. The first dll I have, I know the functions and how to use them but by useing quickview I see that the newer dll has extra functions.

 Is there a utility that I can use to see how to use these extra functions.
dentonAsked:
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mcriderCommented:
Unfortunately, no... While the Export Table is visible other programs, the argument structure is not...

You are going to have to get the documentation from the manufacturer.


Cheers!
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nutwissCommented:
this is common prob with 3rd party DLLs, you MUST have the documentation to use them :(
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mcriderCommented:
Thanks for the points! I know it's frustrating to get the "you can't do that" answer...


Cheers!
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dentonAuthor Commented:
Well the names of the extra functions are simillar to those in the old dll so I have stuffed around with simillar arguments and have got some joy. I will stuff around some more befor I chase the manufacturer.

Thanks for the help..

Denton
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mcriderCommented:
Loads-o-fun...


Good Luck!
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