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Executing .dll files
November 18, 2010
I am having dll files with the application, here i need to execute the dll function using f8 or f10 means step by step, how to use that dll files in my new application
Posted Date: November 19, 2010 Points: 5
'dll' file is an assembly file and moreover it is an output file. If u had included an external dll file in your application.
Then, you can't be able to debug thru methods inside the dll files.
Posted Date: December 14, 2010 Points: 5
You can open the particular 'dll' source file (i.e: sample.prj). and then change the Debug mode in your application. Finally compile that application and put it to that dll file to your Application folder.
you can open the Main application source then change and run that application with dubug mode.
1) One function have in sample.dll
2) To add in your Main application
3) To add one command button then write the following code in the button events.
Dim lobjDll as new Sample
lobjDll.SampleAdd(2,3) '' Function call froma main application
4) To Set debug mode in above line of code
5) you can run through F11.
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