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How to load a DLL built by MS VC++ in tcl file?

Posted by vvdounai (vvdounai), 22 February 2008
I want to implemente a program. In this program, there is a tcl file
and a dll file. The dll file is generated by the MS Visual C++. It
uses a function getdata(x) to get the relative data for x. Then I can
load the dll to calculate and do some thing, such as

if { getdata(x) == y }  {
 puts "...."

} else {
 puts "..."

I know there is a command called "load", however, the c example file
given in the man page is different from the common dll file in MS
Visual C++

It does not have the common DllMain function. So I don't know how to
compile it in the MS Visual C++ environment to make it as a dll.

can someone help me ,plz? thanks a lot!

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