January 20th, 2010, 11:49 AM
Using a MatLab created dll in VB6?
I've created a dll from MatLab that goes out, finds the last created file in a folder, and parses it. I want to call this dll in my VB that records all the files. I don't want to pass the dll any arguments, I just want to run it. I have written this so far.
Private Declare Function MyFunction Lib "C:\StatsWriterXLib.dll" ()
Private Sub cmdRunDll_Click()
Is there anything other than this that I have to do to run this file? When I try to, VB6 complains that the file isn't there, but is definitely is there.
Thanks for any help!
January 20th, 2010, 11:11 PM
Re: Using a MatLab created dll in VB6?
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