How-To Create And Use A DLL (Dynamic Link Library) with C++ MSVC Visual Studio 2019 Walkthrough | آخرlibeay32.dll الأخبار

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How-To Create And Use A DLL (Dynamic Link Library) with C++ MSVC Visual Studio 2019 Walkthrough| أخبار عامة كل يوم

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How-To Create And Use A DLL (Dynamic Link Library) with C++ MSVC Visual Studio 2019 Walkthrough والصور ذات الصلة libeay32.dll

How-To Create And Use A DLL (Dynamic Link Library) with C++ MSVC Visual Studio 2019 Walkthrough

How-To Create And Use A DLL (Dynamic Link Library) with C++ MSVC Visual Studio 2019 Walkthrough


libeay32.dll والمعلومات ذات الصلة

في هذا الفيديو ، نتعرف على كيفية إنشاء مكتبة ارتباط ديناميكي (DLL) ثم استخدامها على الفور من مشروع آخر! يغطي هذا أساسيات مكتبات الارتباط الديناميكي ، إذا كنت ترغب في مشاهدة المزيد من مقاطع الفيديو مثل هذا أو المزيد من عناصر DLL المتقدمة ، فيرجى إبلاغي بذلك. شكرًا لقدومك إلى القناة لمشاهدة مقطع فيديو حول Code و Tech و Tutorials. اعثر علي ، ادعمني: Stream: Patreon: تبرعات لمرة واحدة: تسوق عبر رابط شركاء Amazon الخاص بي: استفسارات العمل: codetechtuts@gmail.com شكرًا لقدومك إلى القناة لمشاهدة مقطع فيديو عن Code و Tech و Tutorials. .

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23 comments

Don Dotson 07/09/2021 - 22:30

Very helpful tutorial! I went through the Microsoft document 3 times on my own and couldn't get it to run before I found this video. What I was doing wrong was that I was typing FibLibrary.dll into the Additional Dependencies list instead of FibLibrary.lib. Also, while working on this video I was struggling with the dependency format because I was typing 3 dots in front of the back slash for ….FibLIbrary instead of 2. When I put the xcopy command in the pre-build it worked. I moved it to post-build and it worked there also. It looks like either one gets the dll into the right place.

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Philip Georgiev 07/09/2021 - 22:30

thanks

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ChickNugs TV 07/09/2021 - 22:30

For some reason my visual studio doesnt have any templates.Can anyone help me?

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BERKER ÖZBAYAR 07/09/2021 - 22:30

Hi. How can i copy code from github and make that thing to dll can you help me ?

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Northous 07/09/2021 - 22:30

this guide did not work i did everything you said and did and i still send i was missing the lib file after i followed your step to correct the error and the folder file were correct smh

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Nathan Maxx [Lippeth] 07/09/2021 - 22:30

I can levitate birds but no one seems to care.

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programming With Logic 07/09/2021 - 22:30

Hey thanks for the guide, this is what I have been looking for, Although One Tip,:
Adding the abbreviated version of the word to the TITLE :(DLL) Dynamic Link Library will help the flow of traffic making it easier to find.
If it wasn't for duckduckgo, I most probably wouldn't of came across this guide. As I can only guess 9/10 people will be typing "How to make DLL||programming a DLL".. etc.
but 5/5 for the video.

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fabrice assoumatine 07/09/2021 - 22:30

it look like you are good at teaching those who already know.

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Waleron Trot 07/09/2021 - 22:30

Ткните в него палкой – он спит или мертвый

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Пруфы от Quri 07/09/2021 - 22:30

thank

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David Power 07/09/2021 - 22:30

Just one more comment. This works fine on the command line as you have shown us but I can't get it going in Excel. I just get the file not found message even though it does exist. I have scoured the internet and there are a miriad of so called solutions, none of them apply to me. Perhaps a video on that would be cool. It seems to be a referencing problem I believe. Thank you.

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David Power 07/09/2021 - 22:30

Thank you for this. You were very easy to follow and you walked through the MS documentation which was helpful. Don't be put off by they negative comments – there are a lot of ungrateful arseholes on the internet. I code in Excel VBA as it is very easy to do but when it comes to unwieldy calculations it falls down badly. C++ is very hard to get to grips with at first but, having learnt Pascal then C decades ago I can understand why. I started programming with machine language (ZX Spectrum) and we used to make up useful functions to speed up our programming. I seem to recollect that early C had this facility and I think that's how it originated. That was 40 years ago. Thank you once again.

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Matan Vinkler 07/09/2021 - 22:30

Do I need to do that every time I create a new project?

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Melvin 07/09/2021 - 22:30

For if you want to add the project to the same solution, go to: file –> new –> project

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Melvin 07/09/2021 - 22:30

Tutorial link (copy/pasteable): https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/cpp/build/walkthrough-creating-and-using-a-dynamic-link-library-cpp?view=msvc-160

It didn't work with vs-2019 at the end for me, this did.

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noam 07/09/2021 - 22:30

thanks a lot man

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Ganesh Kulkarni 07/09/2021 - 22:30

Disappointed… Wanted to know how exactly DLL works with C++. 🙁

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Luke Nukem 07/09/2021 - 22:30

You didn't link in your description the URLs.

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WeLuv Moonrock 07/09/2021 - 22:30

I am very very stupid, I found a .dll file but I found the source as a Visual Studio file so i opened it up and changed one line of code what timestap would help me now export it as a .dll?

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WhiffMC 07/09/2021 - 22:30

ty this helped a lot!

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WhiffMC 07/09/2021 - 22:30

// MathLibrary.h – Contains declarations of math functions

#pragma once

#ifdef MATHLIBRARY_EXPORTS

#define MATHLIBRARY_API __declspec(dllexport)

#else

#define MATHLIBRARY_API __declspec(dllimport)

#endif

// The Fibonacci recurrence relation describes a sequence F

// where F(n) is { n = 0, a

// { n = 1, b

// { n > 1, F(n-2) + F(n-1)

// for some initial integral values a and b.

// If the sequence is initialized F(0) = 1, F(1) = 1,

// then this relation produces the well-known Fibonacci

// sequence: 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, …

// Initialize a Fibonacci relation sequence

// such that F(0) = a, F(1) = b.

// This function must be called before any other function.

extern "C" MATHLIBRARY_API void fibonacci_init(

const unsigned long long a, const unsigned long long b);

// Produce the next value in the sequence.

// Returns true on success and updates current value and index;

// false on overflow, leaves current value and index unchanged.

extern "C" MATHLIBRARY_API bool fibonacci_next();

// Get the current value in the sequence.

extern "C" MATHLIBRARY_API unsigned long long fibonacci_current();

// Get the position of the current value in the sequence.

extern "C" MATHLIBRARY_API unsigned fibonacci_index();

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TheMrFaceslasher 07/09/2021 - 22:30

How would you do this in the same project?

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