Load DLL from memory unit - how use?

Hi guys,
I've found a unit with functions that allow to Load a DLL directly from memory, but I don't know how can I use it..

This is the unit: http://www.delphibasics.info/home/delphibasicssnippets/udllfrommem-loadadllfrommemory

I know that the function is:

function memLoadLibrary(FileBase : Pointer) : Pointer;

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But I don't know how can I use it, what is the FileBase that I need to define, etc..

Can anyone help-me?

Thanks.
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ThommyCommented:
With this unit you can load a DLL directly from a bytearray in memory.

FileBase is the pointer to the first array element...
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ThommyCommented:
With the result of function memLoadLibrary and the Dll function names you can get the function adresses:

Physbase:= memLoadLibrary(apointer);
FunctionBase := memGetProcAddress(Physbase,'ADllFuncName');

Why do you want to load a DLL directly from memory???
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