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linking Obj file of one workspace

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Hi,

I have a class A defined in an exe. I have another class B defined in dll which is being used by the exe. I need to inherit class B from A using the obj file of A. I don't want to use the source code of A as well as the header files of A.

How do I this?

Sathish.
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I don't think you can do what you want that way.
This is a way that would work.  Define class A in an extension dll.  This dll is used by both your exe and the dll containing class B.
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You need the header from A to be able to inherit from it..
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by:OnegaZhang
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You can link an obj file ( just like linking to a library), but you still need the header file
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