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Diff betn DLL And BPL

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What is the diff. betn DLL  And BPL ?
Can u tell the speciality in both?

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hello ravisiva, A  Delphi  .BPL file, is a compiled Library (a  .DLL file), that has a  BPL  file extention, , In the Delphi help it says -
.BPL      The runtime package. This file is a Windows DLL with special Delphi-specific features. The base name for the BPL is the base name of the DPK source file.  So a BPL file is a DLL file, , but you can have a Library file with any extention, not just  DLL
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