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Loading DLL at desired memory location

Chaitanya_PuneChaitanya_Pune Member Posts: 87
Hi,
Is there any way to (forcibly) load DLL at the memory location specified by us?

Can any one explain the meaning and difference between "Little Endian" and "Big Endian"?

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  • stoberstober Member Posts: 9,765 ✭✭✭
    : Hi,
    : Is there any way to (forcibly) load DLL at the memory location specified by us?
    :

    [blue]No we can not do that. [/blue]
    : Can any one explain the meaning and difference between "Little Endian" and "Big Endian"?
    :

    http://www.webopedia.com/TERM/b/big_endian.html

    The problem occurs when transferring binary integers between operating systems, such as between *nix and MS-DOS.
  • PruyquePruyque Member Posts: 149
    : : Hi,
    : : Is there any way to (forcibly) load DLL at the memory location specified by us?
    : :
    :
    : [blue]No we can not do that. [/blue]
    : : Can any one explain the meaning and difference between "Little Endian" and "Big Endian"?
    : :
    :
    : http://www.webopedia.com/TERM/b/big_endian.html
    :
    : The problem occurs when transferring binary integers between operating systems, such as between *nix and MS-DOS.
    :

    The 'Endian-ess' is not a property of the OS, but of the hardware it runs on. Mostly Intel (x86) uses little-endian, and Motorola (MAC) uses big-endian.
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