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a good book/guide to creating/learning DLLs

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Does anyone have suggestions on a good guide to learn about DLLs and how to create them?

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Hi LuckyLucks,

I do not know of any book which is explitely about DLLs, I would suggest to start reading what Microsoft writes in MSDN: https://msdn.microsoft.com/de-de/library/1ez7dh12.aspx

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