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Hi there, I am trying to use Turbo Assembler to create a DLL, but I do now know how to specify the 'DLL Entry Point' , like the DllMain or DllEntryPoint() function in C++, i.e. the function that will be called when the DLL is loaded into the memory.

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This tutorial describes how to specify the DLL entry point in assembly:
http://win32assembly.online.fr/tut17.html

I am not familiar with Turbo Assembler though.
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