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MSVS 7 C++.NET: Modules for my application?

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Hi!

I would like to create an application, that can be updated with a user-defined count of modules. All of this modules exports the same Routine with the same return-values and the same parameters. The application installs new modules automatically at startup and saves the pointer to the exportet methods in an routine-array (LPVOID*).

So I can dynamically load different modules and call each per the components of this array.

My Question: Is there a better or easier way to realize this problem??

Thanks for advance...
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Create number of Dll each of them exports the same class/function. Client program may load these libraries using LoadLibrary and work with them by generic way. List of Dll names may be dynamic.
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