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I have a dll that is a .net - how can I browse it to find a way to use it?

(sorry im new to dll usage)


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Manko

I have a dll that is a .net - how can I browse it to find a way to use it?

(sorry im new to dll usage)

Here you can find tools to browse the contents of a .net dll:

http://www.woodmann.com/collaborative/tool...gory:.NET_Tools

I would like to know if there's a simple way to call functions in .net dlls from Autoit3!?

/Manko


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onestcoder

Here you can find tools to browse the contents of a .net dll:

http://www.woodmann.com/collaborative/tool...gory:.NET_Tools

I would like to know if there's a simple way to call functions in .net dlls from Autoit3!?

/Manko

Thank you Manko!!!

OK wow this is super confusing for a noob :D

What am I looking for? I know what the dll is used for I have examples to go by, but no source code.

I guess what im asking is, how do I find the functions i want to use in an autoit dllcall in a .net dll I didn't write?

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