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5/16/2001 12:00:00 AM
Do you want to sell your software with optional modules that are automatically recognized when installed? Do you ever need to call a procedure that may not exist on your end user's system? Will your program even load if you use one of those functions? In this three part series Larry Sand exlains how to load DLLs at runtime.