Can MS VC++ 4.1 32-bit call 16-bit DLL created by MS Fortran 5.1 
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 Can MS VC++ 4.1 32-bit call 16-bit DLL created by MS Fortran 5.1

Dear friends,

I have build some DLL subroutine for my FEM program in MS fortran 5.1
and use it GUI build with MS Visual Basic 3.0. I want to port this GUI
to Win95 using MS VC++ 4.1, without rebuild the DLL. Can anybody give
some advice,please.

Thank you in advance for your time



Thu, 27 Jan 2000 03:00:00 GMT  
 Can MS VC++ 4.1 32-bit call 16-bit DLL created by MS Fortran 5.1

Hello,

Try looking up information on "thunk"ing.  This should help you.

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Frank Hickman
SecurTech, Inc.


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Quote:
> Dear friends,

> I have build some DLL subroutine for my FEM program in MS Fortran 5.1
> and use it GUI build with MS Visual Basic 3.0. I want to port this GUI
> to Win95 using MS VC++ 4.1, without rebuild the DLL. Can anybody give
> some advice,please.

> Thank you in advance for your time



Thu, 27 Jan 2000 03:00:00 GMT  
 
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