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From: Jeffrey Walton (noloadergmail.com)
Date: Wed Sep 15 2010 - 17:38:36 CDT
On Wed, Sep 15, 2010 at 5:33 PM, Christian Sciberras <uuf6429gmail.com> wrote:
>> Yes. Once again: get your homework done!
>> That's a double DYNAMIC there!
> Did you even bother to read the article? The very first paragraph
> states the difference between the two.
> Oh, and for the records, you can't statically link to dll files. At
> least, not in the way you're imagining.
> Static linking (in your case) only works for object files (.o or .lib).
> Dlls are inherently dynamic. Which is why they can be *loaded* both
> *statically* and *dynamically*.
> You can call that "implicit" vs "explicit" all you want, but the fact
> remains that one is static and the other is not.
Hmmm.... you should probably revisit this one. Also see Richter's
"Programming Windows" series (the latest is Windows via C++).
> By the way, oldie...
Lol.... You will probably be old one day also (statistically, if you
made it to 18, you'll most likely make it to old age).
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