This is the second part of the series.
The Overview can be found at:
The previous parts can be found at:
Using Visual Studio (ver. 6), how do I make a program to use a DLL called MyDll.DLL? The program itself is a pair of text files, one called MyProg.CPP the other MyProg.H.
The expected answer is an algorithm constisting of actions of the kind:
Add so-and-so text to the so-and-so places in the file.
Use so-and-so options in the compiler/linker configuration.
Use so-and-so functions to link the DLL with the project (or to make the program call the DLL).
For now, we shall assume that the files contain simple C++ functions and do not use MFC classes.