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Post by Tomahawk » Thu Jun 03, 2004 4:33 pm

The Free-Dynamic Link Library(DLL's):

A Dynamic Link Library (DLL) is a file of code containing functions that can be called from other executable code (either an application or another DLL). Programmers use DLLs to provide code that they can reuse and to parcel out distinct jobs. Unlike an executable (EXE) file, a DLL cannot be directly run. DLLs must be called from other code that is already executing.
In more understandable words, a DLL is a file which does a particular job, and allows other programs to use its efforts in assisting the program's job. Some programs use a DLL so that they won't need to spend time figuring out how to do that job. For example, Microsoft has a DLL comctl32.dll which does all the user interface jobs (toolbars, text boxes, scroll bars, etc). So, other programs use that DLL so they won't have to create their own edit boxes, etc. When a program requires a DLL to run, and can't find it, it won't be able to run because its suddenly missing the DLL to perform some of its critical work.
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