Yeah, i notice. I just need to be put in the right direction. But then again, not my thread to be asking for help. If anyone can put me in the right direction, NOTE: I have used VB for a long time. Thanks.
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What do I need to write a DLL?
As of today, most DLL's are written in C. It is possible to write a DLL in PASCAL/Delphi or assembly language. (There was a product on the market that allowed DLL's to be written in Basic but I have not seen mention of it for while. If anyone knows of this, please let me know.)
In order to write a DLL you will need a compiler capable of creating Windows DLL. The four most popular C compilers that can do this are:
Microsoft Visual C++
Borland C++ for Windows
Symantec C++ for Windows
If you do not have a compiler, you will need one to write a DLLs.
In addition to the compiler, you will need knowledge of C and the Windows API.
NOTE: C is the language that is used to write a DLL, not C++. C++ is an object oriented extension of C. If you have a C++ compiler, it can handle C just fine. You can also write non-exported functions as C++ objects, but the functions that are called into from Windows applications must be C functions, not C++ functions or methods.
razacore im stuck in the same place as you. i know most of the basics and need some directions. i have asked some of the coders but i have been shunned away and called a leecher but i guess its a lesson and we have to teach our selves but i have found the hack source code section very helpful in my self learning