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How to get the parameters to a function in a DLL?

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Hi,

I'm trying to automate the process of making a connection using a wireless adapter.

My adapter comes with software, but it's bothersome to work with and I think I could do much better.

So basically I grabbed the DLL that came with it (AegisE5.dll) and started fiddling with it.

I used a program called DLL Export Viewer (http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/dll_export_viewer.html) to get the function NAMES.

Only problem is, how do I know what the parameters to each function is? :\

Another program (PE Explorer) promises to tell me, but it's lying and/or I don't know what to look for. :D

Please aid me in my quest to make crappy software slightly less crappy. :P

(I've included the dll, but I can't guarantee if it will work on your system)

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Well it's not a standard library and the developers haven't realised the information.

So, what, figure it out by hand? :|

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Well it's not a standard library and the developers haven't realised the information.

So, what, figure it out by hand? :|

If you are "Legally" allowed to use it, then the company that made it wil have documentation on it freely available for you to use.

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Well it's not a standard library and the developers haven't realised the information.

So, what, figure it out by hand? :|

pay the money for the Aegis SDK and you will get the documentation for free!!


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