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Calling 16-bit DLL from 32-bit Application

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Dear All,

I have a specific task where, I need to call functions from 16-bit DLL
into my 32-bit Application, Also I am working on Win2000, platform.

Please tell me a procedure to acchive this....


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Manoj
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you only need a thunk compiler and thunk script, see SDK samples, I don't know if it still available under the new SDK CD.
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