Points for nietod

Posted on 2002-06-14
Last Modified: 2010-04-01
For your answer in which I so rudely deleted since the answer at the time didn't seem to be the correct one.

Your answer did handle an identical looking problem just recently, and was extremely helpful in pointing out the problem and procedure for solution.

150 points was the original question's worth, but I wasn't able to undelete it.
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nietod earned 150 total points
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I'm sort of curious what my answer was...

Author Comment

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Can't remember... What was the question? I think it had something to do with Multithreaded DLL size problems..
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Its just that from what I can see of the question (there is no history showing now) I can't imagine there was a good solution!

Author Comment

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Oh yes, the question. Hmm. <reading>

Ah yes, you said I had to link my application as Multithreaded DLL.

Well, eventually we did that. Good answer. :)

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