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Libraries

(OP)
Can anyone tell me where I can get some #include files?
I need to be able to make structures.
Any info would be helpful.

RE: Libraries

#include is a command in DB to include functions of another DBA file in you source code.
This means you can use any DBA file to include. And, This also means that you can create your own DBA files to include in another project.

To get functions, I would suggest you search in the forums of DB (Depending on what you have: DBP or DBC), and search for functions. Or you can search in the codebase on the site of DarkBasic.

The DarkBasic site can be found here:
www.darkbasic.com

RE: Libraries

(OP)
I looked on the codebase but there weren't any useful files there. I think what I need are dll's.
Maybe a C# header file could be compiled as a .dll and included.
Anybody know where I can find THOSE?

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