I have multiple files (dlls) in a single directory. They all need to set a variable with a value that should be user editable. I was thinking of using a configuration file and doing somthing like this:
Then have each dll look for the line beginning with it's filename and read the value after the name into an int variable.
Does this seem like the way to go? Can someone offer some code that would give an example of how to do this (Win32/MFC)?
Thank you very much!
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