I'm calling a function from a dll written in C++ Borland 5.02 as follows:
Declare Function UpgradeTables Lib "emUpgradeDB.dll" (ByVal Region_English As Integer) As Long
dim Result as long
Result = UpgradeTables(92)
In C++ the function is declared as follows:
extern "C" int FAR _export UpgradeTables (int languageID)
The result is 'Run-Time error '453': Can't find DLL entry point UpgradeTables in emUpgradeDB.dll
Can anybody tell me what the problem could be?