Loading DLL at desired memory location

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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  • : 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.
  • : : 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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