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How can i build a single threaded DLL with asm?

How can i build a single threaded DLL with asm?

How can i build a single threaded DLL with asm?

(OP)
Subj!

Thanx for any answers!

Happy programming!))

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RE: How can i build a single threaded DLL with asm?

By default you always do single threading unless you multi-thread.

Can you be more specific?

"Information has a tendency to be free.  Which means someone will always tell you something you don't want to know."

RE: How can i build a single threaded DLL with asm?

(OP)
I know how to create signel-threaded or multi-threaded DLL generally but i dont know how to declare selected thread model for my DLL.

Happy programming!))

RE: How can i build a single threaded DLL with asm?

Well I'm not much into DLL programming but the guys at win32asmboard.cjb.net would probably help you better... more experienced with Win32 they are...

"Information has a tendency to be free.  Which means someone will always tell you something you don't want to know."

RE: How can i build a single threaded DLL with asm?

(OP)
Thanx!

Happy programming!))

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