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Lord_Doominik

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is there a way to read a dll, so that you can see the functions of it? tryed it already with some text editors, but they dont show helpfull things...

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To my knowledge, there is no way to see the functions contained in a .dll. You can try Hex Editors, but I dont think that will help much.

The way all of the people get there information around here is its documented some where. Most places have it documented, especially if the project is open source as they know the .dll may be used with other projects.

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but i dont found any information abhout the cwebpage.dll file... only here in the program troyzille, but there are oblym 5 functions...

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The cwebdll has a page with the functions and parameters... I just don't feel like digging it up for someone too lazy to look on google themselves :)


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i only looked by google, but i found no page o.O... i'll retry it, but the last time i only found few pages and no one with the function names anmd parameters... and thanks for the programs, i'll try them too!

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I use silurian


Start -> Programs -> AutoIt v3 -> AutoIt Help File -> Index -> (The Function you are asking about)----- Links -----DllStruct UDFsRSA Crypto UDFs

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oh... thx!

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