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early or late binding

Posted on 2007-03-28
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If I needed to unregister and re register dll's and ocx files on the load event, would early or late binding be a problem.
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Early binding shouldn't be a problem if you don't instanciate any objects or run any methods that require that dll while it isn't available.

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