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I've labelled this as solved, but I just found another way to do what I wanted

with win32 dll.

Sorry for inconvenience.


I use Visual Studio 2010.

I create a new project by selecting visual c++, CLR, Class Library.

a project for creating classes to use in other applications

The resulting file is that of a .dll extension.

I want to ask if these libraries can be called from AutoIt?

The blank project created looks like this.

#pragma once
using namespace System;
namespace clrtestlib {
public ref class Class1
  // TODO: Add your methods for this class here.

I've created and used win32 dll files but it seems so different.

Edited by JohnOne

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Richard Robertson

You can call anything that is exported as a C style export. You would do this in exactly the same way as a normal win32 dll. You just can't send managed objects into an unmanaged context (back to AutoIt).

Also, it doesn't have to have a dll extension to be usable as a library.

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