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Using Zip Files In VB Part 1


Creating A New DLL



The first step is to create simple DLL project in VC++.  From the File menu, click New to create a new project.  In the projects list select Win32 Dynamic-Link Library.  You'll also need to specify a project name and a file path for where your files will be created.  For the project name I used "vbgamerzip." You can name your project whatever you want, but the project name you pick will be used to name your default .cpp file, so when I reference the "vbgamerzip.cpp" later in this tutorial, make sure you know that I'm talking about the file that's created by default. Here is ascreenshot of the New dialog box.

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After you click "OK", the next window should be displayed.  Select "A simple DLL project" and then click Finish.

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After you click finish, your project should have 4 files created for you automatically.  In the workspace section click on the "FileView" tab to view your files.  If you don't see it, press Alt+0 (number zero).  It should look like this:

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Eric Coleman


Date: 2005 May 23


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by: TiCL

Is it possible to get the code for the later parts of this article?

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