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DLL "overload"

DLL "overload"

DLL "overload"

I need to send data to some devices, each using different communication protocol.
I'm thinking to build different DLL for each device, each having the same entry point/call function;
let's say SendData().
Thus I can have a unique user interface and send the data collected to the local device in the same manner for all devices... but:
How can I dynamically select the DLL corresponding to the device attached to the workstation ?

Something like :
switch <curr_dev>
case dev1:
set dll to dev1.dll
case dev2:
set dll to dev2.dll
Thank you

RE: DLL "overload"

Are these managed or unmanaged libraries?

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