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What's easiest?

TDLGamesTDLGames Posts: 8Member
Hi Everyone,
I have a DLL written in C++. I should like to access this DLL from VB.
All classes and functions use the __declspec calling convension.
So, what is the easiest? Is it:
1) Loading the DLL dynamically
2) Making a .bas file with function/type declarations?

Please post some sample code (or give a link to a website) that describes what can be done about loading the DLL.
Finally, I am no VB programmer. To check out the DLL I have created, visit http://www.tdlsoftware.com and click on the TDLSoftLib Pro link to see what this library is for.
Thank you in advance,
Peter.

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