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    Using a functionpointer in a DLL (VB6)

    A given (non VB) application provides support for a custom DLL which I'd like to build in VB6 (as I have no experience in C). The DLL must have entry points with specific names. One entrypoint receives functionpointers from the application in order to allow the DLL to communicate.
    All functions in the DLL must be in

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    Re: Using a functionpointer in a DLL (VB6)

    I think you may be trying to do something a little too low level for VB to provide. VB hides things like DLL entrypoints from the programmer. It can only be used to create COM DLLs and all the COM coding is hidden from the programmer and generated by VB.

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