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COM DLL Path

Posted on 2004-09-08
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Hello experts,

I have a dll containing a COM object. Inside this DLL I need to load some files, which I know are in the directory, where the DLL is installed. I need to find the path to the DLL.

The current directory (taken with CurDir) is absolutely different (points where VB is installed).

Thanks for your help in advance.
TheAvenger
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