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  • How to get the exported functions of a DLL

    Hello,

    i just tried to use a tool DLL (standart windows DLL, no COM).
    Unfortunuatly the include file (for VB) wich came with it does not match the DLL (i get an windows error "entry point "FUNCTIONINDLL" not found in DLL "TOOL.DLL")

    The question is now, is there any tool which shows what functions(names) the DLL really exports?

    Thank You in advance.

    Hans

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    Originally posted by Hans-Dieter Veit View Post
    Hello,

    i just tried to use a tool DLL (standart windows DLL, no COM).
    Unfortunuatly the include file (for VB) wich came with it does not match the DLL (i get an windows error "entry point "FUNCTIONINDLL" not found in DLL "TOOL.DLL")

    The question is now, is there any tool which shows what functions(names) the DLL really exports?

    Thank You in advance.

    Hans
    Make sure you use Alias with the correct case of the dll function name. Without the alias in your declare the name is all caps.

    James

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Hans-Dieter Veit View Post
      The question is now, is there any tool which shows what functions(names) the DLL really exports?
      Check PEiD.

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      • #4
        Hello,

        James: Thank you that solved my Problem


        Marco: Looks very interesting, I'll evaluate tonight.

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        • #5
          Looks like problem solved, but nevertheless, real handy tool to list a dll's exported functions:
          "enum exported functions without any helper dll's":
          http://www.powerbasic.com/support/pb...ad.php?t=24322

          Kind regards
          Eddy

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